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    too/either

    Hi everyone,

    Is sentence N2 correct? In other words, can I use "too" for negative statements?

    1. "She doesn't like apples either."

    2. "She doesn't like apples too."

    3. "She dislikes apples too."

    Thank you.

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    Re: too/either

    Quote Originally Posted by worcester View Post
    Hi everyone,

    Is sentence N2 correct? In other words, can I use "too" for negative statements?

    1. "She doesn't like apples either."

    2. "She doesn't like apples too."

    3. "She dislikes apples too."

    Thank you.
    The first and third work. The second does not.

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