- Vinay plays cricket, so does Ashok.
We use so+ auxiliary verb when second person( Ashok in case of above sentence) shows agreement with positive sentence. Here in 1 sentence i have no confusion.
- He can speak French, and so can speak German.
What about this sentences. It seems correct grammatically correct but doesn't make any sense. French and German are two different language. So if one can speak French than it is not necessary that one can also speak German. So i am confused if it is correct way to write this.
I don't like coffee, neither does he. This sentence is correct.
I seldom went to Christmas parties, neither did he.
Is the second sentence correct? When i read this sentence It seems "neither" does't fit here. I mean it doesn't fit in the flow of a sentence (it's look like breaker on road when we have to slow our car).