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Additions & Responses (FOG Unit 8)

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Additions & Responses (FOG Unit 8)
Similarities & Differences

Examples from Text
The Springer family
named
their adopted son Jim. So
did
the Lewis family.
Jim Lewis
had worked
as a police officer. So
had
Springer.
Tamara
loves
Chinese food, but Adriana
doesn't
.
Tamara
is
a very outgoing person, but Adriana
isn't
.
Our heredity
doesn't
completely
control
our lives. Our environment
doesn't
either.
Rules
To express similarity/agreement:

so, too (+)
I
like
coffee and
so

does
she. I like coffee and she
does

too
.

neither/either (-)
I
don't like
coffee, and neither
does
she.
I
don't like
coffee and she
doesn't
either.
The Twin Question Nature or Nurture?
Mark
was
a firefighter, and so
was
Gerald.
Mark
has
never been married, and neither
has
Gerald.
Mark
likes
hunting, fishing and old movies. Gerald
does
too.
Average people
are
fascinated by twins. And so
are
scientists.

Matching the Verbs
Be
Showing difference
(+) but (-)
(-) but (+)
I
like
coffee, but she
doesn't
.
I
can
speak Spanish, but she
can't
.
I
can't
play any musical instrument, but she
can
.
I
don't like
chicken feet, but she
does
.
I
am
33 years old, and so
is
she.
Federer
was born
in Switzerland, and so
was
Wawrinka/ but Djokovic
wasn't
.
Auxiliary (Helping) Verbs: (be, do, have)
Modals
All other verbs:
He
plays
soccer, and so
do
I.
She
thinks
Einstein is a genius, and so
does
Tim.
Use the correct form of the verb "do" to show agreement or disagreement.
They
were
just
talking
about the Mets game last night and so
were
we.
They
didn't go
to the game last night, and neither
did
we.
I
haven't been
to a Knicks game, and neither
have
they/and they
haven't
either.
She
can
speak four languages, but I
can'
t.
They
might
go to a Yankees game this weekend, and I
might
too.

ought to
can
could
may
might
will
would
must
shall
should
If a modal is used in the original statement, use a modal in the response.
Rule: If the original statement calls for the "be" verb as the main verb, use the correct form of the be verb in the response.
Rule: If a helping verb is used in the original statement, use a helping verb in the response.
play write speak think see etc.
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