Addition to express similarity or contrast

AthonLince

Senior Member
Italian
If someone says "I'm full", can I answer "Me too. I can't eat another bite"? Is it correct? I think "I am too" is wrong.

Contrast: "She is looking for a new job, but Micheal doesn't". Is it right?
 
  • Chasint

    Senior Member
    English - England
    "I'm full" - "Me too" :tick:

    "I'm full" - "I am too" :tick:

    "She is looking for a new job, but Micheal doesn't" :cross::cross:

    1. You have spelled 'Michael' incorrectly. A lot of native speakers get this wrong as well.
    2. She is looking ... Michael isn't.
     
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