What does "so does George" mean? Can I say "so does George too"? I'm not familiar with this phrase, so could you tell me the examples that use "so does someone"?
Answer from a Native speaker
"So does (one)" means that someone wants, needs, has to do etc, something as well. Adding "too" to the end of the sentence would be grammatically incorrect. Using this phrase is pretty common in British English. Ex: A: I need to go to the bank later. B: So does Sarah. You should share a cab. A: Daddy, I want a snack. B: Oh, so do I. A: You have chocolate all over your face. B: So do you.
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