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    Me too!!

    A quick question.
    I like sushi!
    Me too!


    I don't like sushi!
    Me neither!


    Is this the correct response for the second case ( I don't like .......!) ?
    On of my friends is teaching young kids and the reply in the text book was
    -no way! Which I thought was strange.
    Thank you in advance.


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    "So do I / Neither do I" are the grammatically correct answers. "Me too" is informal, and I'm not sure about "Me neither".

    FRC

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    Re: Me too!!

    Quote Originally Posted by osagisan
    A quick question.
    I like sushi!
    Me too!


    I don't like sushi!
    Me neither!


    Is this the correct response for the second case ( I don't like .......!) ?
    On of my friends is teaching young kids and the reply in the text book was
    -no way! Which I thought was strange.
    Thank you in advance.
    In addition,

    A: I like sushi.
    B: As for me, I like sushi, too. => Me, too. (OK)

    A: I do not like sushi.
    B: As for me, I do not like sushi, either. => Me, neither. (OK)

    A: I like sushi.
    B: No way! (i.e., I can't believe you like sushi. That's great/That's horrible)

    A: I don't like sushi.
    B: No way! (i.e., I can't believe you don't like sushi. That's great/That's horrible)

    I don't like nato!

    All the best, :D


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    Re: Me too!!

    Quote Originally Posted by Casiopea
    Quote Originally Posted by osagisan
    A quick question.
    I like sushi!
    Me too!


    I don't like sushi!
    Me neither!


    Is this the correct response for the second case ( I don't like .......!) ?
    On of my friends is teaching young kids and the reply in the text book was
    -no way! Which I thought was strange.
    Thank you in advance.
    In addition,

    A: I like sushi.
    B: As for me, I like sushi, too. => Me, too. (OK)

    A: I do not like sushi.
    B: As for me, I do not like sushi, either. => Me, neither. (OK)

    A: I like sushi.
    B: No way! (i.e., I can't believe you like sushi. That's great/That's horrible)

    A: I don't like sushi.
    B: No way! (i.e., I can't believe you don't like sushi. That's great/That's horrible)

    I don't like nato!

    All the best, :D
    I DO like sushi and I make my own. :wink: I missed out on "nato". Please explain.

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    Re: Me too!!

    Quote Originally Posted by twostep
    I DO like sushi and I make my own. :wink: I missed out on "nato". Please explain.
    In Japan, sushi is sold at 7-11 and other convenience stores for around 3 bucks a plate (6 pieces). Nato, non-count noun, is fermented soya beans. It looks like brown beans but has a cheesy-clear coating that resembles the texture of glue. It smell is something every North American university student has experienced. Have you ever cooked Kraft macaroni 'n cheese in a pot, then let the pot sit for days on the stove or in the sink, then later remove the lid... agh-agh-agh. That's nato! I've been told that the best way to eat nato is to stir it until is resembles white foam. AGH!


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    Re: Me too!!

    Quote Originally Posted by Casiopea
    Quote Originally Posted by twostep
    I DO like sushi and I make my own. :wink: I missed out on "nato". Please explain.
    In Japan, sushi is sold at 7-11 and other convenience stores for around 3 bucks a plate (6 pieces). Nato, non-count noun, is fermented soya beans. It looks like brown beans but has a cheesy-clear coating that resembles the texture of glue. It smell is something every North American university student has experienced. Have you ever cooked Kraft macaroni 'n cheese in a pot, then let the pot sit for days on the stove or in the sink, then later remove the lid... agh-agh-agh. That's nato! I've been told that the best way to eat nato is to stir it until is resembles white foam. AGH!
    Thank you so much Cassie!

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    Re: Me too!!

    You're welcome. :D


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    Re: Me too!!

    Quote Originally Posted by Casiopea
    In Japan, sushi is sold at 7-11 and other convenience stores for around 3 bucks a plate (6 pieces).
    Do you trust those sushi sold at 7-11? I mean do you trust their kitchen? hehehe.


    I swear! I'll never make friends with Nato. Twostep, you can ask your Japanese friend and I'm sure you will get a PLATE of it! EWEEEEEEEE.
    Tell us how ARG you feel. 8)

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    Quote Originally Posted by blacknomi
    I swear! I'll never make friends with Nato. Twostep, you can ask your Japanese friend and I'm sure you will get a PLATE of it! EWEEEEEEEE.
    Tell us how ARG you feel. 8)


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    Re: Me too!!

    Quote Originally Posted by Casiopea
    Quote Originally Posted by blacknomi
    I swear! I'll never make friends with Nato. Twostep, you can ask your Japanese friend and I'm sure you will get a PLATE of it! EWEEEEEEEE.
    Tell us how ARG you feel. 8)
    It cannot be much worse then a hot dog. Did you ever read the ingredients listed on the back?

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