The auxiliary verb and use depend on the sentence to which we react. If we talk about our own opinion, we can always use the theme “I.” When we talk about someone else, we have to choose between “you,” “he,” “them,” “us” and “them.” The auxiliary verb we use must coincide with the subject, implying that we must use for the mere presence the form of the third person of the singular if the subject is “him” or “she”.. for past times we will have to employ in the past an auxiliary (have, were, were, had) and for the future an auxiliary in the future (wants, must). The expressions that I do not agree with, and I do not agree with, are basically the same. Otherwise, these are phrases of mere presence like the others: the question is asked with do/do and denial with don`t/doesn`t. In English, as in any other language, it is important to use “I too,” “I neither,” “I do” and “I do not” when communicating. If you communicate in English about a daily life, you will need it, and if you want to take an English exam, I can do you a lot of good, because it shows a fairly high communicative control of the language. That`s the explanation: A. I like pizza B.
So I do (agree to me too) because answering with Ni and So for consent and disagreement, we have to make an investment between the aid and the subject. Greetings, Hello, Patricia. If in the first two examples, and if I wanted to answer “Not To Me” or “To My Yes”? If you wanted to agree with an opinion such as the one that follows, which indicates that you feel the same, as you would say: to express consent and disagreement, to “do” for simple gift, “to have” for simple grazing, “to have” each time, to “have” for the perfect present, “wants” for the future, “would” for conditional, etc.). Let`s see some examples: as an alternative to show you positive and negative phrases, we can use these expressions: we can also use possessive pronouns in the same way: Hello, Angela: I don`t know what b2 exam you`re going to do, but whatever it is, you need a good grammatical basis, that is, to have properly assimilated all the content before b2, and secondly, to have assimilated the content of b2 that you need to know during your exam, both in the writing and part of the speech, and try to integrate the grammar of b2 that you have studied in both parts.