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Doesn't she like him either?
What does the speaker mean by that?
Er... not so clear, I'm not sure if Barb is a female name and Susie is a male name. If they are, I interpret it that way:
A: Barb( she) doesn't like him
B: What about Susie? Doesn't (barb) like (Susie), either? (= Doesn't Barb also like Susie?)
Is that so?
I asked my computer teacher yesterday ( he's a Black) and told me he had never seen people use it that way. He think it should be "also", not either
What do you think?