@aly26451@Phinn thank you. Can you show me some examples or common sentences that use "either" at the end of the sentence? example: "If you don’t go, I won’t either" . So, This "either" word is negative or positive?
@Maddy_Nguyen In that case it’s negative because you’re saying you won’t do something. When you say “I won’t go either” or “If you don’t eat that then I won’t eat that either” you’re saying that you won’t do something if someone else doesn’t do it.
If you’re not paying then I’m not either. If you’re not going then I won’t either. If you’re not dancing then I won’t either. If you don’t like it then I don’t either.
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