Is the sentence "me too" correct ?

sunbath   Saturday, March 29, 2003, 03:33 GMT
Why don't we create as many question as about learning English? To defeat the number of one thread in this forum.
James   Saturday, March 29, 2003, 03:47 GMT
Actually, I don't mind debate, especially if people would use correct grammar, sentence structure, and spelling in their thought processes. Practicing English while debating (and communicating) only confirms your knowledge and understanding. This applies to all languages.

I can't stand it when f-words and total vulgarity is thrown around here like it was a noun, verb, adjective and adverb. There are plenty of other words out there that can be put in place.
English is confusing   Saturday, March 29, 2003, 04:54 GMT
Thats all I have to say!
John   Saturday, March 29, 2003, 04:59 GMT
What is a prepositional phrase?
James   Saturday, March 29, 2003, 05:04 GMT
Okay, a preposition shows the relationship of its object to a word in a sentence.

Let's use "the doghouse" as an example. I'll show the preposition in CAPS along with the sentence to get the "phrase."

IN the doghouse
AROUND the doghouse
ABOVE the doghouse
BEHIND the doghouse
TOWARDS the doghouse
UPON the doghouse
INSIDE the doghouse
BELOW the doghouse
sunbath   Saturday, March 29, 2003, 06:57 GMT
The use of articles also confusing. Sometimes we must use "the", sometimes we must ommit it.
Me   Saturday, March 29, 2003, 08:29 GMT
To James (or anybody else)
You said :
> "In written language, the correct form is:
> "Me, too." (notice the comma) "

I don't understand...
If you say (my stupid examples again) :
- I like this car !
- Me, too.

Doesn't it sounds weird ?
Shouldn't be said just in one time : "Me-too !"
(of course without the hyphen)

I hope you'll understand what I mean...!?