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"What are you doing here (in a bar)? Is something wrong?"

"No. No, I’m just having a drink."

"You’ve had at least five since I got here. It looks pretty serious. And actually I saw you here last week too. So are you sure something's not wrong?"

Question: Is the sentence in bold natural? Or would any of the sentences below be better to use?

And actually I also saw you here last week.

And actually I saw you here last week also.

Plus I saw you here last week too.

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And actually I saw you here last week too.

Yes: that's natural. Or we might say as well instead of too.

And actually I also saw you here last week.

Not bad, but the first four words all start with vowels, which is a bit tiresome.

And actually I saw you here last week also. - No. We don't normally end sentences with 'also'.

Plus I saw you here last week too. - Yes, it's natural. 'Plus' used to be frowned on as a conjunction. Nowadays it isn't even deemed 'informal'.

[I speak BrE. Speakers of AmE may disagree with some of this answer.]

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