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Video instructions and help with filling out and completing Can Form 2220 Agreeing

Instructions and Help about Can Form 2220 Agreeing

Hello everyone, this is Andrew at Crown Academy of English. Today we are doing a lesson on how to agree with people, specifically, how to say that something is the same for you or for somebody else. Okay, let's get started. So, here is a friend of mine called David. David and I are having a conversation. David says, "I am going to the cinema." And I say, "So am I." This means that I am saying to David that I am going to the cinema as well. I can also say, "So is Jane." This means that I am telling David that Jane is also going to the cinema. I am agreeing with him. I can play the piano. So can I. So can my brother. I have been to London three times. So have I. So have my parents. I am hungry. So am I. So is Mark. So, this grammar structure is what I want you to learn. To form this structure, we must look at the structure of the first sentence. We must look at what David is saying. If you notice, everything that David is saying is in the affirmative. Since it is in the affirmative and we are agreeing with him, we must start our sentence with the word "so." "So" means that we are agreeing with someone in the affirmative. We can also notice that in David's sentence, there is an auxiliary verb. This auxiliary verb is the verb "to be" and it goes in front of the main verb. Since David uses an auxiliary verb, we must use the same auxiliary verb when we reply. We must also use the verb "to be" and we put it after the word "so." The verb "to be" must agree with the subject that we are...