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Hi

Can I say that "I'm a believer in preparation and so are you." or should it rather be "I'm a believer in preparation and so you are."?

Thank you.
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The "so" tag requires subject-verb inversion. It's "so are you".
CJ
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And so are you.
And neither am I.
And you are too.
And I'm not either
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So (and other) tag clauses often invert subject and object when they show addition.
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Dear CJ and Mr Micawber

Thank you for answering my question.
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