Me Too and Me Neither in Spanish [+11 Examples & Quiz]

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In this Spanish grammar lesson, you will learn how to say me too and me neither in Spanish.

In this lesson you will learn about:

  • how to say me too and me neither in Spanish
  • how me too and me neither in Spanish is used in sentences
  • how you can quiz yourself on me too and me neither in Spanish
  • how you can practice with flashcards on me too and me neither in Spanish
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By the end of the lesson you will know all about me too and me neither in Spanish!

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Introduction to Me Too and Me Neither in Spanish

In this lesson you will learn how to say “me too” and “me neither” in Spanish.

Before you continue, please read the lesson on indirect object pronouns in Spanish.

It will help you understand this lesson much better.

Me Too/So Do I = Yo También

When you want to say “me too/so do I’ in Spanish you will use:

  • me too/so do I = yo también

Yo también prefiero la playa a la montaña.

I also prefer the beach to the mountains.

Odio planchar la ropa, es tan aburrido. – Yo también lo odio.

I hate ironing clothes, it’s so boring. – I hate it too.

Quiero comprarme una casa en la playa. – Yo también.

I want to buy a house on the beach. – So do I.

Me Too/So Do I = A Mí También [Indirect Object]

When you want to say “me too/so do I’ in Spanish with an indirect object (pronoun) you will use:

  • me too/so do I = a mí también

A mi sobrina le encanta el helado de fresa. – A mi hijo también.

My niece loves strawberry ice cream. – So does my son.

Me encanta escuchar el sonido de la lluvia. – A mi también.

I love to listen to the sound of the rain. – Me too.

Me da igual que llueva este fin de semana. – A mi también.

I don’t care if it rains this weekend. – So do I.

Me Neither/Neither Do I = Yo Tampoco

When you want to say “me neither/neither do I’ in Spanish with an indirect object (pronoun) you will use:

  • me neither/neither do I = yo tampoco

Nunca he estado en Marruecos. – Yo tampoco.

I have never been to Morocco. – Neither have I.

Marta y Ángel no tienen mucho dinero. – Nosotros tampoco.

Marta and Angel don’t have much money. – Neither do we.

No quiero pasarme la vida dependiendo de mis padres. – Yo tampoco.

I don’t want to spend my life depending on my parents. – Neither do I.

Me Neither/Neither Do I = A Mí Tampoco [Indirect Object]

When you want to say “me neither/neither do I’ in Spanish with an indirect object (pronoun) you will use:

  • me neither/neither do I = a mí tampoco

A Elsa no le gusta la cerveza. – A mí tampoco.

Elsa doesn’t like beer. – Neither do I.

No me apetece ir a la fiesta de mi suegra. – A los niños tampoco.

I don’t feel like going to my mother-in-law’s party. – Neither do the children.

Example Sentences on Me Too and Me Neither in Spanish

This section of the lesson on me too and me neither in Spanish is about seeing them used in sentences.

This is valuable because you can improve your understanding of me too and neither do I in Spanish through examples.

Yo también prefiero la playa a la montaña.

I also prefer the beach to the mountains.

Odio planchar la ropa, es tan aburrido. – Yo también lo odio.

I hate ironing clothes, it’s so boring. – I hate it too.

Quiero comprarme una casa en la playa. – Yo también.

I want to buy a house on the beach. – So do I.

A mi sobrina le encanta el helado de fresa. – A mi hijo también.

My niece loves strawberry ice cream. – So does my son.

Me encanta escuchar el sonido de la lluvia. – A mi también.

I love to listen to the sound of the rain. – Me too.

Me da igual que llueva este fin de semana. – A mi también.

I don’t care if it rains this weekend. – So do I.

Nunca he estado en Marruecos. – Yo tampoco.

I have never been to Morocco. – Neither have I.

Marta y Ángel no tienen mucho dinero. – Nosotros tampoco.

Marta and Angel don’t have much money. – Neither do we.

No quiero pasarme la vida dependiendo de mis padres. – Yo tampoco.

I don’t want to spend my life depending on my parents. – Neither do I.

A Elsa no le gusta la cerveza. – A mí tampoco.

Elsa doesn’t like beer. – Neither do I.

No me apetece ir a la fiesta de mi suegra. – A los niños tampoco.

I don’t feel like going to my mother-in-law’s party. – Neither do the children.

Quiz Yourself on Me Too and Me Neither in Spanish

At the end of every lesson you can do a small quiz.

You will see the sentences of the previous chapter.

You will either need to fill in the blanks, choose the correct multiple choice option, or both.

Once you are done the correct answer will be shown.

You can redo the quiz as many times as you want!

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