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    ph2004 is offline Member
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    I'm fine too/ Me too.

    In a conversation like : "How are you ? I'm fine, and how are you ?"
    How should one reply : "I'm fine too."
    Or : "Me too."
    ???

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    Exclamation Re: I'm fine too/ Me too.

    Quote Originally Posted by ph2004 View Post
    In a conversation like : "How are you ? I'm fine, and how are you ?"
    How should one reply : "I'm fine too."
    Or : "Me too." ???
    The natural and grammatically correct answer is: I'm fine too.

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    Re: I'm fine too/ Me too.

    Quote Originally Posted by ph2004 View Post
    In a conversation like : "How are you ? I'm fine, and how are you ?"
    How should one reply : "I'm fine too."
    Or : "Me too."
    ???
    No, "me too" doesn't work here.
    This is correct:
    A: I'm fine.
    B: Me too.

    This is not correct:
    A: I'm fine ... How are you?
    B: Me too.

    The "me too" has to directly follow whatever applies to "you too".

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