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I feel sleepy
So do I.
I am sleepy
So am I.
I don't feel sleepy
Neither do I.
Saying "So am I" is just like saying "I am so," right? I just didn't think that neither can be used since it's a conjunction unlike so which is an adverb in this case so I don't know if it's ok to use "Neither am I" in formal writings.
He's not sleepy, and neither am I.
I don't like fried strawberries with onions and chocolate. - Me neither!
Anonymous:Thanks for the replies. I just didn't think that "neither" can be used as an adverb too.
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