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Hi,
1) I wonder if I can leave out the object of a sentence (the section in brackets) when it is clear from the context, when we are using too/either:

I like italian food. She likes (Italian food) too.
He was reading a magazine. I was (reading a magazine) too.
I have to go to the bank. I have to go (to the bank) too.
You will be speaking English in two months. You will (be speaking English in two months) too.
You should have waited for me. He should (have waited for me) too.

He is not ready. She is not (ready) either.
You shouldn't do that. I shouldn't (do that) either.
I won't be here tomorrow. I won't (be here tomorrow) either.

2) Can I use me too and me neither with all tenses?:

He should study hard. Me too. (Me neither)
I will be there. Me too. (Me neither)
She was crying. Me too. (Me neither)
I can do it. Me too. (Me neither) Etc.

And what's the form for the other persons? You too, He too, She too, We too, They too?
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I like italian food. She likes (Italian food) too. NOUN OR PRONOUN 'IT' REQUIRED.
He was reading a magazine. I was (reading a magazine) too. NOUN OR PRONOMIAL 'ONE' REQUIRED.
I have to go to the bank. I have to go (to the bank) too. PREPOSITONAL OBJECT MAY BE OMITTED OR REPLACED BY 'THERE'.
You will be speaking English in two months. You will (be speaking English in two months) too. THE PHRASE MAY BE OMITTED.
You should have waited for me. He should (have waited for me) too. 'HAVE' MUST BE RETAINED.

He is not ready. She is not (ready) either. 'READY' MAY BE OMITTED.
You shouldn't do that. I shouldn't (do that) either. PHRASE MAY BE OMITTED.
I won't be here tomorrow. I won't (be here tomorrow) either. PHRASE MAY BE OMITTED.

2)

He should study hard. Me too. (Me neither) 'ME NEITHER' DOESN'T WORK WITH THE POSITIVE STATEMENT
I will be there. Me too. (Me neither) DITTO.
She was crying. Me too. (Me neither) DITTO.
I can do it. Me too. (Me neither) Etc. DITTO. 'ME TOO' WORKS IN ALL THESE CASES, HOWEVER.

And what's the form for the other persons? YOU TOO, HIM TOO, HER TOO, US TOO, THEM TOO.
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Affirmative statements

EXEMPLES

1. Me too. Him too. Her too. It too. Us too. You too. Them too.

2. So can I. So could she. So was he. So are we.

Negative Statements

EXEMPLES

1. Me neither.

2. I don't either. She doesn't either. He wasn't either.

1) I like italian food. She likes (Italian food) too. NOUN OR PRONOUN 'IT' REQUIRED.
You can simply say "She does, too."
You cannot say "like" without an object ("it"), but you can remove "like" and instead say "do."

He was reading a magazine. I was (reading a magazine) too. NOUN OR PRONOMIAL 'ONE' REQUIRED.
This is actually fine. "I was, too."
I have to go to the bank. I have to go (to the bank) too. PREPOSITONAL OBJECT MAY BE OMITTED OR REPLACED BY 'THERE'.
"I have to, too."
You will be speaking English in two months. You will (be speaking English in two months) too. THE PHRASE MAY BE OMITTED.
"You will be, too."
You should have waited for me. He should (have waited for me) too. 'HAVE' MUST BE RETAINED.
"He should have, too."

He is not ready. She is not (ready) either. 'READY' MAY BE OMITTED.
Better to say it as a contraction. "She isn't, either." Or, "She's not, either."
You shouldn't do that. I shouldn't (do that) either. PHRASE MAY BE OMITTED.
Fine.
I won't be here tomorrow. I won't (be here tomorrow) either. PHRASE MAY BE OMITTED.
Fine.
ı want to ask a question.which construction ı have to use for the following sentences.

A:ı have never been to abroad

B: me too or me neither.

by the way we say we use me neither just for negative constructio. ı mean ıf the sentences include "not"

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A: I have never been abroad.

B: Me either or Me neither.
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