Neither do i
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Neither do INeither do I is the same as the expression 'Me neither':
He doesn't like the boss. Neither do I. He doesn't like the boss. I also do not like the boss.
This expression, along with other subjects and auxiliary verbs, is used for all personal pronouns (I, You, He/She/It, We, They):
They aren't tired. Neither am I. They are not tired. I am also not tired.
She is not very friendly. Neither is her family. She is not very friendly. Her family is also not very friendly.
Our opponents don't look very strong. But then again, neither do we. Our opponents don't look very strong. We also do not look very strong, though!
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