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    #1

    Me too, You too

    If we hear:
    --Glad to see you again.
    can we answer 'Me, too' or 'You, too'?

    And I once read the following dialogue in a language book written by some Chinese teacher:

    --Nice meeting you.
    --Me, too.
    I doubt whether 'Me too' can be used here. I would have answered 'Nice meeting you too.' or simply 'You too'.

    Could you please help me with these questions? Thank you in advance.


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    #2

    Re: Me too, You too

    You could say "Me too" in answer to that greeting - it is a normal colloquial use.

    In the dialogue I would say "Nice meeting you too" would be more usual.

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    #3

    Re: Me too, You too

    I agree with Anglika. The responder could also say, "Same here." The responder could also say, "It's a pleasure seeing you again" (if it's a second meeting).


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