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How to Say 'Me Too' and 'Me Neither' in French


How to Say 'Me Too' and 'Me Neither' in French

Published by Ryan from LingoNomad


Featured article photo: The Eiffel Tower during Daytime in Paris, France (CC0 Licensed)

Moi aussi

To say 'me too', you say moi aussi. Par exemple:

  • Je préfère le chocolat sans sucré.
    (I prefer the unsweetened chocolate.) 

    Ah bon? Moi aussi!
    (Oh really? Me too!)

  • N'oubliez pas... C'est très important pour moi aussi.
    (Don't forget... It is very important for me too.)

Moi non plus

Moi non plus, 'me neither', is essentially the reverse of moi aussi.

In an example given in the FrenchPod101 lesson that I recently took (Level 2, Lesson 18), a boyfriend was searching for the cinema but he doesn't know where it is, so he said, "Je ne sais pas ou c'est," (I don't know where it is,"), to which his girlfriend replied, "Moi non plus." (Me neither.")


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