- Do you say me too?
- Can we say I’m too?
- Is it love you too or to?
- Is it rude to say you too?
- Is it to or too?
- How do you reply to so do I?
- Is it correct to say me too?
- When should we say you too?
- Can we say you too?
- Can you end a sentence with to or too?
- What does it mean when a girl says you too?
- What can I say instead of me too?
Do you say me too?
Originally Answered: Is it acceptable to say “me too”.
When “me, too” has a preposition in front of it, it is grammatically correct to use “me, too.” For example, “Jan is coming with me, too.” Also, we can use any preposition before those two words.
So words such as in, with, of, about, etc..
Can we say I’m too?
You can say ‘I am, too’, using the full form of the verb, but ONLY if the comment you are responding to contained the present tense of the verb ‘to be’. For example: ‘I’m bored’ ……’I am, too’. … I am, too’ For all other verbs, you need to repeat the auxiliary e.g ‘I can, too’, ‘I was, too’, ‘I do, too’ and so on.
Is it love you too or to?
” I love you, too.” should be the correct way of saying, of writing; this “too”, means “also”, “in the same manner or way”, “likewise”. It’s more colloquial, more popularly used than to say “I also love you”.
Is it rude to say you too?
“You too” might not be the most graceful expression, but in this case it is meant well. Even the crudest four letter words are not necessarily rude. They may quite literally be the only form of expression the speaker knows.
Is it to or too?
Too. To is a preposition with several meanings, including “toward” and “until.” Too is an adverb that can mean “excessively” or “also.”
How do you reply to so do I?
All all seriousness, it’s: “I love [thing].” = “So do I.” “I love YOU.” = “I love you, too.” If you want to get really ☆~fancy~☆ with it, you could say, “And I, you.” since you don’t need to reiterate the verb “love” for context (your conversation partner already used it).
Is it correct to say me too?
‘I too’ is correct when used as the subject of the verb. … ‘me too’ is correct when used as the object of the verb.
When should we say you too?
When followed by a period or exclamation point, you, too is used as an answer to someone’s general good wishes. This sort of exchange generally happens at the end of an interaction or a conversation: “It was good to catch up with you. Have a good day!”
Can we say you too?
Well that depends.. When you say “too”, it is just another way of saying “also”. … It wouldn’t make a lot of sense if someone said “I’m going too the car” because that would be the same as saying “I’m going also the car”. So in a way, they are both correct.
Can you end a sentence with to or too?
Both “to” and “too” are perfectly acceptable at the end of a sentence… “Where are you going to?” This is good English, and much better than the “correct” version, which would be “To where are you going?” “I’m going shopping. Are you coming too?” Again, this is good English.
What does it mean when a girl says you too?
The meaning if someone says”you’re too much”,is a way of speaking that refers to someone who is doing more than what is normal or usual. It’s a way of saying someone is above and beyond in their character or behavior,for any number of reasons, they’ve more than accomplished a goal or behavior.
What can I say instead of me too?
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