A: I have not been there before. How about you?
B: Me neither. / Me either.
Learn about the phrases "Me either" and "Me neither" here:
1 used to show that a negative statement is also true of sb/sth else: He didnít remember and neither did I. I hadnít been to New York before and neither had Jane. ĎI canít understand a word of it.í ĎNeither can I.í (informal) ĎI donít know.í ĎMe neither.í
1 used after negative phrases to state that a feeling or situation is similar to one already mentioned: Pete canít go and I canít either. (NAmE, informal) ĎI donít like it.í ĎMe either.í (= Neither do I).
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