Is "me too" more informal than "So do/am/can I?" Thanks.
You're wrong. These expressions do not need to be part of a sentence (on the contrary -- they typically form stand-alone sentences). They are interchangeable as regards the meaning. However, I'm asking about their formal/informal status.
Last edited by bhaisahab; 06-Feb-2009 at 06:15.
I'm still not completely sure I know the answer though. Does "So am/do/can I" sound natural in a casual/informal conversation. Would "me too" be usually the preferred option in a casual/informal conversation?
Last edited by enthink; 05-Feb-2009 at 19:34.
"So am I" would be perfectly natural in informal conversation. "Me too" would also be natural in informal conversation. But "so am I" would also be appropriate for formal conversation, and less appropriate in casual (less than informal) conversation. "Me, too" (there's a comma in there) would be inappropriate in formal conversation, but would be expected in casual conversation.
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