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dude1: This probably won't be simple.

dude2: I don't think so too.


Does that mean dude2 says "I agree on it that this probably won't be simple"?

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anonymousDoes that mean dude2 says "I agree on it that this probably won't be simple"?

What he says is wrong, so it's pointless to try to figure out what he means.

anonymousdude1: This probably won't be simple.
dude2: I don't think so too. No, it (probably) won't.

As shown.

You can't use a negative (don't) with too.

These are wrong:

I don't like it too. / She doesn't want it too. / The manager didn't know too.

Use 'either' instead of 'too':

I don't like it either. / She doesn't want it either. / The manager didn't know either.

CJ

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CalifJimdude2: I don't think so too. No, it (probably) won't.As shown.You can't use a negative (don't) with too.These are wrong:I don't like it too. / She doesn't want it too. / The manager didn't know too.Use 'either' instead of 'too':I don't like it either. / She doesn't want it either. / The manager didn't know either.

You have my super thanks. If it had been "I don't think so", would that mean "I agree with your opinion that this probably won't be simple"?

anonymousYou have my super thanks. If it had been "I don't think so", would that mean "I agree with your opinion that this probably won't be simple"?

The original statement is negative and in the future. That means it's hard to interpret the meaning of a reply like "I don't think so". It's not appropriate. That's why I changed the reply.

CJ