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  1. ChronicNeo
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    What's the difference

    What is the difference between:

    I don't think so either

    I don't think so neither

    or

    Me either / me neither

    This is first ---

    And then I would like to ask what is correct:

    You and I ... (are going..)

    or

    You and me ... (are going..)

    Thanks!

  2. bhaisahab's Avatar
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    Re: What's the difference

    Quote Originally Posted by ChronicNeo View Post
    What is the difference between:

    I don't think so either. This is correct.

    I don't think so neither. This is wrong.

    or

    Me either / me neither. 'Me either' is wrong.

    This is first ---

    And then I would like to ask what is correct:

    You and I ... (are going..) This is correct.

    or

    You and me ... (are going..) This is not exactly correct, but is often used.

    Thanks!
    Bhai

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