Very short answers like this one are extremely common for Anglophones around the world. We use them every day in speeches and informal letters. Two clauses with similar structures can be combined and combined (coordination). However, if the content is very similar, we tend to reduce the verb in the second sentence to the auxiliary verb (be, do, have) and also or (neg). Including or allowing us to reduce the second clause by attacking the particular part of the first clause (often the motrase) that we omit in the second clause. In the speech, we use intonation to display the focused part. Jill goes to school at 6:30, and Sara does. (can`t reduce as well) And if possible, try to respond to other English speakers with today`s abbreviated answers. Don`t be afraid to make mistakes! Have fun with that. Soon, the answers will be more natural.
I promise. Curling — n. a game where two teams of four players push special stones on the ice towards a circular polarity 1 — some words only occur in negative or positive environments. For example, is also positively oriented, occurs in neutral environments, and either is negative-oriented, occurs in negative environments (negative verbs). I like going to school, and so does my sister. The main clause is positive and the coordinated clause is also positive if it expresses your agreement. I don`t like staying home from school, and neither does my sister. The main clause is negative and the coordinated clause is negative if it expresses your agreement. See Cambridge Grammar of English Language polarity tests 9 .1.1. Jill doesn`t like rain, and neither does Sara.
[focus (VP) – can`t let rain (V) – omit, omit (WO) – something doesn`t contain Pete: What an amazing lock – hits the Finnish team straight out of the house! Look at that — it`s stimulated. bingo! (A clause with a negative verb, but a positive meaning still has a negative polarity.) But other topics can be used, such as a person`s name, a thing or a pronoun. For example, there are many things they have learned from what you have learned! Check, for example, whether today`s uses in any way you read stories, listen to music and watch shows and movies in American English. We do not have time in this program to talk about other modes of verbs and modal aids as can and should.