Using auxiliary verbs after but and and
* He doesn�t like coffee, but his wife does.
* She likes tea, but he doesn�t.
* He isn�t here, but she is.
* She won�t be here, but her husband will.
* They have learned Spanish, but she hasn�t.
* He likes Mathematics, and she does too.
* I don�t like some music, and she doesn�t either.
* I won�t go downtown, and he won�t either.
* They didn’t pass the exam, but she did.