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what is different of "same here" "me,too(either)" "me neither" ?

 

what is different of "same here" "me,too(either)" "me neither" ?

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    same here and me too are usually interchangeable. They mean that whatever the last person says applies to you, as well. So they may come after:
    "I love pineapples" (I also love pineapples)
    "I was held up in traffic" (I was also held up in traffic)
    "I'll have a tea with milk, no sugar" (I'll have the same thing)

    Me neither means the same thing, but is only used after negative sentences, such as:
    "I don't like pineapples"
    "I can't make it today"
    "I haven't got any money"

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