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Conjunctions   (and,but, or, so, because)
We use these words (conjunctions) to join two sentences. They make one longer sentence from two shorter sentences:
The car stopped.                     The driver got out.
 
           The car stopped and the driver got out.
 
And/but/or
We stayed at home       and    watched television.
My sister is married     and    lives in London.
He doesn´tlike her,      and    she doesn´t like him.
I bought a newspaper,  but   I didn’t read it. 
It´s a nice house,            but     it doesn´t have a garden.
Do you want to go out,  or    are you too tired?
 
So (the result of something)
It was very hot,  so  I opened the window.                 
Joe does a lot of sport, so  he’s very fit.
They don’t like travelling,  so  they haven´t beento many places.
 
Because ( the reason for something )
I opened the window  because it was very hot.

Too/either          so am I/neither do I    
We use too and either at the end of a sentence.
We use too after a positive verb:
1. a: I´m happy.
2. b: I’m happy too.
1. a: I enjoyed the film.
 
1. b: I enjoyed it too.
We use either after a negative verb:
a: I´m not happy.b: I´m not happy either.
 
a: I can´t cook.
b: I can´t either.

So am I/ neither do I 
| |am/is/are…was/were… |
|So                        |do/does… |
|            |did… |
| |have/has… |
| |can… |
||will… |
| |would… |
|neither |  |

So am I = I am too.
So have I = have too (etc.):
 • a: I´m working.
• b: So am I. ( = I am working too)
• a: I was late for work today.
• b: So was Sam. ( Sam was late too)
• a: I work in a bank.
• b: So do I.
Neither am I = I’m not either.
Neither can I = I can’t either.
• a: I haven’t got a key.
• b: Neither have I.  ( = haven’t either)
• a: Kate can’t cook.
• b: Neither can Tom.  ( Tom can’teither)
 
You can also use Nor (= neither)
• a: I’m not married.
• b: Nor am I. or Neither am I.

Conjunctions   (and,but, or, so, because)
We use these words (conjunctions) to join two sentences. They make one longer sentence from two shorter sentences:
The car stopped.                     The driver got out.
 
           The car stopped and the driver got out.
 
And/but/or
Westayed at home       and    watched television.
My sister is married     and    lives in London.
He doesn´t like her,      and    she doesn´t like him.
I bought a newspaper,  but   I didn’t read it. 
It´s a nice house,            but     it doesn´t have a garden.
Do you want to go out,  or    are you too tired?
 
So (the result of something)
It was very hot,  so  I opened thewindow.                 
Joe does a lot of sport, so  he’s very fit.
They don’t like travelling,  so  they haven´t been to many places.
 
Because ( the reason for something )
I opened the window  because it was very hot.

Too/either          so am I/neither do I    
We use too and either at the end of a sentence.
We use too after a positive verb:
1. a: I´m happy.
2. b: I’m happy too.
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