So and Too

So and Too

Both so and too can be used differently. It depends on the situations.

Too For Agreement

We can use too to agree with someone. We use too to avoid repeating what someone says to us. In this case, the statement must be a positive sentence. Let's see the following examples.

 Someone Says  You Say
 I'm happy with his performance. I am too.
 I  like his performance. I do too.
 I went to the football match yesterday. I did too.
 I have seen her lately. I have too.
 I had had that food before we visited Nice. I had too.
 I can speak German. I can too.
 I will see her again. I will too.
 I was slim when I was young. I was too.

So For Agreement

We can use so to agree with someone. We use so to avoid repeating what someone says to us. In this case, the statement must be a positive sentence. Let's see the following examples.

 Someone Says  You Say
 I'm  happy with his performance.So am I.
 I like his performance.So do I.
 I went to the football match yesterday.So did I.
 I have seen her lately.So have I.
 I had had that food before we visited Nice.So had I.
 I can  speak German.So can I.
 I will see her again.So will I.
 I was slim when I was young.So was I.

Exercise I

In this exercise you have to agree with your friend using the words in the bracket. 
Example    : I  have a car. ( so )
You write  : So do I.

 Your Friend SaysYou Say
  1. I can drive a car. (too )
  2. I enjoyed the film much. ( so )
  3. I've ever been to Nice. ( so )
  4. I like dancing. ( too )
  5. I will conceal it. ( so )
  1. ....
  2. ....
  3. ....
  4. ....
  5. .....

Answer


 Your Friend SaysYou Say
  1. I can drive a car. (too )
  2. I enjoyed the film much. ( so )
  3. I've ever been to Nice. ( so )
  4. I like dancing. ( too )
  5. I will conceal it. ( so )
  1. I can too.
  2. So did I.
  3. So have I.
  4. I do too.
  5. So will I

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