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."
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 ...
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 ...
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