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Hi

If someone says: I hate dancing. Can I say: I hate it either/Neither hate I/Me neither?

thanks
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You should look at the structure of the sentene rather than the meaning. If the construction is not a negative sentence you answer "too", if it is negative, you asnwer "either".
I hate dancing. ---- I hate it too.
I don't love dancing --- I don't love it either.
If you want to use neither, you should use the inversion sturucture.
I will not go to that party. ----- Neither will I. ( Of course the meanig is always negative in such a situation.)
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Hi,

You can say:
1. So do I.
2. I do too.
3. Me, too. (informal - verbally)

Note that hate does have a negative connotation. However, the sentence structure does not include not (i.e., negative structure); thus, we can only use so or too.
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Hoa ThaiHi,

You can say:
1. So do I.
2. I do too.
3. Me, too. (informal - verbally)

Note that hate does have a negative connotation. However, the sentence structure does not include not (i.e., negative structure); thus, we can only use so or too.
Ok, thanks. I think I get it now.
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