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Bekräftigung, Zustimmung mit  “'''''so'''''”, “'''''neither'''''” oder “'''''nor'''''”
 
Bekräftigung, Zustimmung mit  “'''''so'''''”, “'''''neither'''''” oder “'''''nor'''''”
  
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Ann is  from  England  and <span style="display: inline-block;background:orange;padding:0.2em 0.5em;border-radius:0.2em;text-align: center;width: 4em;">so is</span> Tim.
  
Liza is from  England  and  ''''''so is''''' Tim.
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Ann has got a dog. <span style="display: inline-block;background:orange;padding:0.2em 0.5em;border-radius:0.2em;text-align: center;width: 4em;">So has</span> my father.
  
"Liza has a German car. - '''''So has''''' my father.
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Tim can speak French   <span style="display: inline-block;background:orange;padding:0.2em 0.5em;border-radius:0.2em;text-align: center;width: 4em;">So can </span> I.
  
"I can speak French." - ''''' So can I'''''.
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Pete likes jokes.   <span style="display: inline-block;background:orange;padding:0.2em 0.5em;border-radius:0.2em;text-align: center;width: 4em;">So does</span> Ann.
  
"Pete likes jokes." -  '''''So does Liza.'''''
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Um einer bejahten Aussage zuzustimmen, verwendet man:
  
 
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<span style="display: inline-block;background:orange;padding:0.2em 0.5em;border-radius:0.2em;text-align: center;width: 4em;">so</span> + <span style="display: inline-block;background:orange;padding:0.2em 0.5em;border-radius:0.2em;text-align: center;width: 4em;">Hilfsverb</span> + Subjekt (dt.''auch'')
To agree to a positive statement, use &hellip;
 
 
 
so + aux (Hilfsverb) + Subjekt (dt. ''auch'')
 
  
 
Steht im vorausgegangenen Satz ein Hilfsverb (is, has, can) so wird dieses übernommen.
 
Steht im vorausgegangenen Satz ein Hilfsverb (is, has, can) so wird dieses übernommen.
  
The Websters lived in London. '''''So did I.'''''
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The Queen lived in London. <span style="display: inline-block;background:orange;padding:0.2em 0.5em;border-radius:0.2em;text-align: center;width: 4em;">So did</span> I.
  
Tim isn’t in China now. - '''''Neither is Tom.'''''
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Tim isn’t in China now. <span style="display: inline-block;background:orange;padding:0.2em 0.5em;border-radius:0.2em;text-align: center;width: 5em;">Neither is</span> Tom.
  
I haven’t been to China. - '''''Neither have my parents.'''''
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I haven’t been to China. <span style="display: inline-block;background:orange;padding:0.2em 0.5em;border-radius:0.2em;text-align: center;width: 4em;">Neither</span> have my parents.
  
Mr T can’t speak English. - '''''Nor can his mother.'''''
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Mr T can’t speak English. <span style="display: inline-block;background:orange;padding:0.2em 0.5em;border-radius:0.2em;text-align: center;width: 4em;">Nor</span> can his mother.
  
 
Um verneinten Sätzen zuzustimmen, verwendet man:
 
Um verneinten Sätzen zuzustimmen, verwendet man:
  
Neither / nor + Hilfsverb + Subjekt (dt. auch nicht)
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<span style="display: inline-block;background:orange;padding:0.2em 0.5em;border-radius:0.2em;text-align: center;width: 6em;">Neither / nor</span> + <span style="display: inline-block;background:orange;padding:0.2em 0.5em;border-radius:0.2em;text-align: center;width: 4em;">Hilfsverb</span>+ Subjekt (dt. ''auch nicht'')
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{{Achtung|You can exchange "Neither" and "nor" freely - they have the same meaning!}}
  
 
== Interactive exercises ==
 
== Interactive exercises ==
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<div class="lueckentext-quiz" lang="en">
 
<div class="lueckentext-quiz" lang="en">
 
1. Liza: I'm going home now. Me: ''So am I()''.
 
1. Liza: I'm going home now. Me: ''So am I()''.
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2. Liza: I didn't pass the exam. Me: ''Neither did I()''.
 
2. Liza: I didn't pass the exam. Me: ''Neither did I()''.
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3. Liza: She hasn't brought her boyfriend. Me: ''Neither have I()''.
 
3. Liza: She hasn't brought her boyfriend. Me: ''Neither have I()''.
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4. Liza: David is living in London. Me: ''So am I()''.
 
4. Liza: David is living in London. Me: ''So am I()''.
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5. Liza: I'm not a genius. Me: ''Neither am I()''.
 
5. Liza: I'm not a genius. Me: ''Neither am I()''.
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6. Liza: John went to the cinema yesterday. Me: ''So did I()''.
 
6. Liza: John went to the cinema yesterday. Me: ''So did I()''.
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7. Liza: I'm studying Spanish at the moment. Me: ''So am I()''.
 
7. Liza: I'm studying Spanish at the moment. Me: ''So am I()''.
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8. Liza: I'd like a cup of coffee. Me: ''So would I()''.
 
8. Liza: I'd like a cup of coffee. Me: ''So would I()''.
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9. Liza: Emma can speak French. Me: ''So can I()''.
 
9. Liza: Emma can speak French. Me: ''So can I()''.
 
</div>
 
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=== Agreeing and disagreeing ===
 
  
Choose the correct answer(s). Sometimes more than one answer is correct.
 
 
<div class="multiplechoice-quiz" lang="en">
 
1. 'I'm tired.' (!So do I.) (So am I.) (!Neither am I.) (!Neither do I.)
 
 
2. 'I was late.' (!So did I.) (So was I.) (!Neither was I.) (!Neither did I.)
 
 
3. 'I didn't finish the homework.' (!So was I.) (!So did I.) (!Neither was I.) (Neither did I.)
 
 
4. 'I didn't enjoy the party.' (I did.) (!So did I.) (Neither did I.)
 
 
5.  'I'd like a coffee, please.' (!So do I.) (!So had I.) (So would I.) (I don't.)
 
 
6 - 'I want one.' (I don't.) (!Neither do I.) (So do I.)
 
 
7 - 'I'm staying in tonight.' (!So will I.) (So am I.)(!I don't.)
 
 
8 - 'I was shocked.' (So was I.) (!Neither was I.) (!I was.)
 
 
9 - 'I found it very hard.' (!So do I.) (So did I.) (!So would I.) (I didn't.)
 
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{{General Conversation}}
 
{{General Conversation}}

Version vom 3. Januar 2019, 05:40 Uhr

Agreeing with “so”, “neither” or “nor

Bekräftigung, Zustimmung mit “so”, “neither” oder “nor

Ann is from England and so is Tim.

Ann has got a dog. So has my father.

Tim can speak French So can I.

Pete likes jokes. So does Ann.

Um einer bejahten Aussage zuzustimmen, verwendet man:

so + Hilfsverb + Subjekt (dt.auch)

Steht im vorausgegangenen Satz ein Hilfsverb (is, has, can) so wird dieses übernommen.

The Queen lived in London. So did I.

Tim isn’t in China now. Neither is Tom.

I haven’t been to China. Neither have my parents.

Mr T can’t speak English. Nor can his mother.

Um verneinten Sätzen zuzustimmen, verwendet man:

Neither / nor + Hilfsverb+ Subjekt (dt. auch nicht)


Achtung
You can exchange "Neither" and "nor" freely - they have the same meaning!


Interactive exercises

Agreeing with so, neither & nor

1. Agree using "so", "neither" or "nor"

I like this band So do I .
I didn't know they were so great! Neither did I .
I am surprised they play here So am I .
We didn't go to the last concert. Neither did we .
I can see perfectly from here. So can we .
I am hungry. So am I .


2. Agree using "so", "neither" or "nor".

I like this band. - So do I() .
But I don't like the new front singer. - Neither do I() .
I have bought all their albums. - So have I () .
I'm going to go to their next concert. - So am I() .

Agreeing

You're having a conversation with Liza. What she says is true for you too. Put in 'so' or 'neither', choosing which auxiliary verb you need:

1. Liza: Sarah loves chocolate. Me: So do I.

2. Liza: I can't play the piano. Me: Neither can I.

3. Liza: Kathy is English. Me: So am I.

4. Liza: She isn't coming to the party. Me: Neither am I.

5. Liza: Lucy will come early tomorrow. Me: So will I.

6. Liza: I have to study this weekend. Me: So do I.

7. Liza: Dan lives in Madrid. Me: So do I.

8. Liza: She doesn't have any pets. Me: Neither do I.

9. Liza: I've been to Mexico. Me: So have I.

Now write the correct answer.

1. Liza: I'm going home now. Me: So am I().

2. Liza: I didn't pass the exam. Me: Neither did I().

3. Liza: She hasn't brought her boyfriend. Me: Neither have I().

4. Liza: David is living in London. Me: So am I().

5. Liza: I'm not a genius. Me: Neither am I().

6. Liza: John went to the cinema yesterday. Me: So did I().

7. Liza: I'm studying Spanish at the moment. Me: So am I().

8. Liza: I'd like a cup of coffee. Me: So would I().

9. Liza: Emma can speak French. Me: So can I().