Susan likes jewelry.
1. Jackie likes jewelry too.
2. Jackie also likes jewelry.
My question is whether 1. or 2. indicates best that it's not only Susan who likes it but also Jackie does.
James is devoted to cars.
1. Tom's also devoted to choppers.
2. Tom's devoted to choppers too.
The question is which sentence indicates best that Tom not only likes cars but also choppers.
Native speakers' (preferably AE but BE is also welcome) help is greatly appreciated.
So does Jackie.
Jackie does too.
The following is an excerpt from a book:
Nevertheless, many of these too were able to secure land and set up homesteads, either in the colonies in which they had originally settled or in neighboring ones.
My question is can "too" be replaced by also?