Questions tagged [too-also]
For questions that ask about the difference, the word order, or the usage of ONLY *too* and *also*
Why does TV presenter say "It is a friendly dinosaur, too" when there is only one dinosaur in the studio?
This is from a TV show Ellen's guest (see 1:40-1:42) The guest is fond of dinosaurs . So, to surprise him, they bring a dinosaur into the studio. But before the presenter brings the dinosaur in, she ...
Do these sentences have the same meaning? 1) "That is what I said." 2) "I said it, too."
The following sentences seem to have the same meaning? 1-"That is what I said." 2-"I said it, too." For instance; The boss says to an employee: You should not smoke here. It is ...
Placement of ALSO in a sentence
She found her bag and money also. She found her bag and also money. Which is correct? My grammar book is saying sentence 2 is correct, as “ALSO” shouldn’t come at the end of the sentence. Why so?...
Can the words "also" and "too" be used in the same sentence?
also and too -- can these two words be used in the same sentence? For example: I have also done this too. The above sentence does not make sense to me though. But Grammarly Premium (an online-...
Is it correct to use "too" in "Same to you, too" for emphasis?
My friend and I had the below conversation on some occasion (let's say the new year). F - Happy New Year. Me - Same to you :). F - I wish you have a great year ahead, full of happiness and ...
The right position of "too" in the mentioned sentence?
A would fail to explain X. B would fail to explain Y. B would fail to explain X. Where to put "too" in the third sentence to mean that "next to A, B would fail to explain X" and not to mean "...
an unusual "too" at the end of a sentence [closed]
x^2=25 What is the variable equal too? I would expect here "to" like this, but instead of it, it's "too". That makes me confused. What a role does it play here? A person who told me this is a New ...
Does "too" always mean "also"? [closed]
I was told to use a comma before "too" when it means "also," but doesn't everything mean "also" when saying "too"? Example: Person A - "Do you want a cookie, person B?" Person B - "Yes, thank you." ...
Should I use "also" or "too"? [duplicate]
I'm a German native speaker and sometimes I'm confused about how to use the above-mentioned words. For example, This idea is good, and that idea is good too Is this OK, or should I use, instead ...
Usage of word "also" instead of "too"
Is the word "also" used correctly in the sentence "I also like to live dangerously"? I know it can be replaced by "too" at the end, but is it OK to use "also"? The context is that I asked someone if ...
Should I say "also surprised" or "surprised too"? [duplicate]
Is this sentence correct? Does it sound ok for a native English speaker? Are you also surprised? I'm asking because I'm not a native English speaker. I'm not sure if it sounds natural. I ...
Usage of the words 'too' and 'also' [duplicate]
What are the rules regarding the use of too and also? I have read some relevant answers, but none made it clear. If someone says "my phone is working", what should I reply? Mine is working too Mine ...
Where is the correct occurence of the world "also" in sentences? [duplicate]
I noticed that I use this word much. The problem is that I don't know where should I put it in the sentence! Sometimes I say for example: I like T.V and also radio. Is the sentence above OK? ...
The ambiguity of 'also' and 'too'
Alan, Bob, and Carl are chatting. Bob is a little busy with something on his screen, so Bob only partially engages in the conversation. After chatting for a while, Alan says to Carl, "You remind ...
"I have sent it to X too" vs. "I have sent it to X also"
I have sent this e-mail to Aman also. I have sent this e-mail to Aman too. Which one is correct? What is the exact difference between the two? Please explain.
'I, too, am waiting ...' and 'I, also, am waiting ...'
Kitty: I'm waiting for a banana. Jair: I, too, am waiting for a banana. (1) Jair: I, also, am waiting for a banana. (2) Which is correct, (1) or (2)? If both, what's the difference? Plus, are commas ...