Student or Learner
I have two sentences. The first is: Peggy has dimples, and so does Fran. (Also, Peggy has dimples, and Fran does too.)
Why do I use has in the first part of the sentence and does in the second half.
And, how is this sentence different than the one above. Why do I use has in both parts of the sentence.
Lance has been in class all week, and so has Marilyn. (Lance has been in class, and Marilyn has too.)