If someone says "I'm not doing it". Which of the following responses are grammatically right.

  • I'm not doing it either.
  • I'm not doing it as well.
  • I too am not doing it.
  • I also am not doing it.

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  • I am not doing it too, I'm not doing it as well, I'm not doing it either are right – MusicLovingIndianGirl Nov 13 '15 at 10:58
  • Welcome to EL&U. Please take the site tour and review the help center for guidance on how to compose answerable questions here. All four are grammatical, but not all are idiomatic, and your second option can be misinterpreted as saying I am doing it, but with less quality or skill than someone else is doing it. – choster Nov 14 '15 at 0:03

Your first is correct. The second sounds like you may be doing it, but poorly. The third and fourth would sound right if you were doing it.

You could also say, Neither am I.

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