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Hope and Wish
"Hope" and "wish" are both used for situations that are not true now.
"Hope" is usually used for future events. "Wish" is usually used for present events. Use past tense verbs after "wish."
You can use "wish" and "hope" for things that have happened in the past, but that's for another lesson.
Using "so" and "too"
"So" and "too" are used to show that experiences are the same or similar. They're used in affirmative statements only.



Using "either" and "neither"
An English teacher shows how to use "either" and "neither" to make negative statements. These words are the opposite of "so" and "too."
English Grammar - Either and Neither
"I don't want to go!" "I can't do this!" How do you agree with these statements? Learn about the different ways that you can agree with negative sentences in English conversation using EITHER and NEITHER.


 

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