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    Default The adverb TOO and a way of meaning the same thing.

    Hi! How is it going? Thanks in advance!

    E.X. You are victims too.

    1.- Can I drop the verb "to be" and use the sentence this way to
    mean they are victims (in a figurative sense) as well?

    E.X. You! Victims too!.

    2.- I am not sure of the adverb too. Is it used correctly here?



    Thanks indeed!

    Have a wonderful day!

    Jesús

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    Default Re: The adverb TOO and a way of meaning the same thing.

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    Only in spoken or casually written context. Too is appropriate. Your exclamation marks are beside the point, and carry information not in the original statement.
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