Is "This one is a question, too" the same as "This one is a question. Too"?
Is the "Too" understood in the second case? Are the two spoken differently?
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They both have the same meaning, but the second sentence places more emphasis on the "too" by using a full stop to separate the sentence. This emphasis is also supported by a longer pause after saying the first part of the sentence. So this makes the "too" stand out a bit more, so yes they are said a bit differently.