Grammar | High Beginner 3

And / Also / As well / Too

Listen to two conversations using connectors to add extra information to sentences.

Conversation #1
Todd: Do you have a pet?
Katie: I do. I have a dog, and I also have a cat.
Todd: Oh, really, I have a cat as well.
Katie: Really, what color?
Todd: My cat is black.
Katie: My cat is black too!

Conversation #2
Todd: What do you do?
Katie: I am a teacher.
Todd: Cool! I am a teacher too.
Katie: Really, what do you teach?
Todd: I teach math.
Katie: No way! I also teach math.

Conversation #3
Todd: What shows do you like?
Katie: I like Game of Thrones.
Todd: I love that show too.
Katie: Who’s your favorite character?
Todd: I really like John Snow.
Katie: I like him as well.

Conversation #4
Todd: Where do you live?
Katie: I live downtown.
Todd: So do I. Where?
Katie: By the station.
Todd: Me, too. I live on B Street.
Katie: Get out of here. I do as well.

Grammar Focus

You can use the following words to add additional information.

I have a car.
I have a car, too.
I, too, have a car

I like to play tennis.
She likes to play tennis, too.
She, too, likes to play tennis.

I have a dog.
She also has a dog.
She has a dog also.

He works in the city.
She works in the city also.
She also works in the city.

as well
They have a cat
We have a cat as well.

I take the bus to work.
He takes the bus to work as well.

So ---
I drive a small car.
So do I / So does she / So do they.

She is a doctor.
So is Jim / So am I / So are they

Answer the following questions about the interview.