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    Post Neither to me??


    if someone said

    this doesnt sound good to me

    and i want to say i agree, whay do i say

    neither to me? Or me neither? Or not to me either?


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    Re: Neither to me??

    Quote Originally Posted by morning flower View Post

    If someone said "This doesn't sound good to me" and I want to say I agree, whay what do/should I say?

    "Neither to me" or "Me neither" or "Not to me either"?

    Welcome to the forum. Please look at the amendments I made to your post in red.

    I would reply "It doesn't sound good to me either" or "Me neither" or "Nor [to] me".
    Remember - if you don't use correct capitalisation, punctuation and spacing, anything you write will be incorrect.


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