How to say “Moi Aussi” and “Moi Non Plus” in English

Just like short answers, to show your agreement or with a statement we use the auxiliary (or “be” if it’s the main verb). If you don’t think the same way as the speaker, you must use “me neither” or “nor me”. It’s becoming common in French to use “moi aussi” for negative statements. This is not good in English – try to remember to use “me neither” or “nor me”.