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    Can we say you either or you too in English?

    If somebody says to her friend you made me sad, can her friend says in reply to what she said 'you too' (you made me sad too). One of my students asked me this question. I wonder if this structure is possible in English!

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    Re: Can we say you either or you too in English?

    Yes, in context it would be quite obvious what was meant.

    You too is very common in English.

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    Re: Can we say you either or you too in English?

    Your thread title should read Can we say 'you either' or 'you too' in English?

    and your question should be properly punctuated.

    You can say 'you too' but not 'you either'.

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