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    #1

    me neither or me too

    Hello,

    A:I am unhappy.
    B:Me too or me neither.

    A:I seldom go to the cinema.
    B:Me too or me neither.

    A:I will tell you nothing.
    B:Me too or me neither.

    A:I never loved you.
    B:Me too or me neither.

    Could you please tell me which one is correct?

    Thanks...

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    Re: me neither or me too

    I'd say 'Me neither' or 'Neither/Nor <verb> I' in each of those cases, though in the first case I might equally say 'Me too' - because there's a hint of 'positiveness' in the adjective; 'I'm not happy' would certainly elicit the response 'Me neither'.

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