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  • Hello everyone, Sam here, and in this lesson

  • we're going to look at the difference between

  • 'also', 'as well' and 'too'.

  • Their meanings are similarwe are adding something

  • but we use them slightly differently

  • in a sentence.

  • We use 'also' with the verb,

  • in the middle of the sentence:

  • 'He's really good at tennis, but he also plays

  • football really well.'

  • Or, you can use it at the beginning of the

  • sentence to add emphasis:

  • 'He's really good at tennis. Also, he plays

  • football really well.'

  • 'As well' and 'too' go at the end of the sentence:

  • 'He's really good at tennis, and he plays football

  • really well too.'

  • 'He's really good at tennis, and he plays football

  • really well as well.'

  • The only slight difference is that 'as well'

  • is less common in American English and more

  • common in British English than 'too'.

  • So, what about you? Are you only learning

  • English or are you studying other languages

  • as well?

Hello everyone, Sam here, and in this lesson

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Also vs As well vs Too - English In A Minute

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    林宜悉 posted on 2020/07/01
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