Part I Add to the following remarks using(and) so +the noun/pronoun in brackets +
the auxiliary. If there is an auxiliary in the first remark repeat this; if not use
He lives in London.(I)He lives in London and so do1.
He had to wait. (you) He had to wait and so had you.
1I have read it. (John)
2He is a writer,(she)
3Tom can speak Welsh,(his wife)
4She ought to get up. (you)
5I should be wearing a seat belt. (you)
6John willbe there. (Tom)
7The first bus was full. (the second)
8I bought a ticket,(my brother)
9You must come. (your son)
10This bus goes to Piccadilly.(that)
11I’m getting out at the next stop. (my friend)
12He used to work in a restaurant.(1)
Part2Add to the following remarks using (and) neither/nor +the auxiliary +the noun/
pronoun in brackets.
He isn’t back. (she) He isn’t back and neither is she.
13I haven’t seen it. (Tom)
14You shouldn’t be watching TV. (Tom)
15You mustn’t be late.(1)
16He can’t come. (his sister)
17I don’t believe it. (Ann)
18Alice couldn’t understand. (Andrew)
19I’m not going,(you)
20This telephone doesn’t work. (that)
21Tom’s car won’t start.(mine)
22I hadn’t any change.(the taxi driver)
23He didn’t know the way. (anyone else)
24My father wouldn’t mind. (my mother)
Add to the following remarks usingbut +noun/pronoun +the auxiliaryor do/does/did.
Make a negative addition to an affirmative remark:
She thanked me. (he) She thanked me but he didn’t.
Make an affirmative addition to a negative remark:
She can’t eat oysters.(I) She can’t eat oysters but I can.
Use needn’t as the negative of must, and must as the affirmative of needn’t.
25John was seasick. (Mary)
26He wasn’t there,(she)
27You must go. (your brother)
28My sister can speak German.(I)
29Alexander didn’t want to wait. (James)
30Bill needn’t stay. (Stanley)
31A cat wouldn’t eat it. (a dog)
32He will enjoy it. (his wife)
33I haven’t got a computer,(my neighbour)
34This beach is safe for bathing,(that beach)
35I must leave early,(you)
36You don’t have to pay tax.(I)