What’s the difference between “also” and “too” – Learn American English

4277711430_1f821672ff_zIn this video, Gabby tells us how to differentiate the words “too” and ”also” when using in our sentences.

 

The truth is, they are just the same, but we use them a little bit differently.

 

Also, usually goes at the beginning or in the middle of the sentence. It can be used at the end of sentence, but it’s not really common for as to do it. It’s a bit more formal when we use “also,” it could be either in a speech or in an essay.It might be used to add on a list of things.

 

Too, unlike also, usually goes at the end of the sentence. It’s most commonly used in terms of informal or daily conversations. This word has another meaning which is the same with the word “very much.” Gabby added the importance and the things you should be mindful of when using the word “too” as we further watch the video.

 

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Photo Credit: Hugh Manon

 


 

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