Are these sentences correct:
1-I also, did not say anything.
2-I too, did not say anything.
I know that normally one has to use "either" with the negative (I did not say anything either.), but I wonder if one could ever use "too" and "also" to make the sentence sound more "active". Do people ever use "also" and "too" in this way?
I'd be far more likely to use TOO. :roll:
Both are acceptable, but I would prefer "also". In either case, if you are going to use a comma after the adverb, you should also use one before the adverb. For some strange reason, I would leave the commas out with "also", but would put them in with "too". It is probably just me.
Originally Posted by navi tasan
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