Student or Learner
A: I don't like going into town at night.
B: Me either vs me neither.
A:I've already lost my girl.
B:That wasn't my problem neither/ either.
I know we use 'either' in these case, but I have heard 'neither' used in the American movies. Please could you tell me the difference between them?
I think 'me either' and 'me neither' are used for only daily language in negative sentences.
'Me either' is not standard English. 'Me neither' is used as a response to negative statements.
A I don't smoke.
B: Me neither/Neither do I/Nor do I/I don't, either.
A: I want to give up smoking.
B: Me too/So do I/I do, too.