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    Can the word (also) be used at the end of a sentence or not?

    Hello teachers,

    Can the word (also) be used at the end of a sentence or not?

    For example:

    Alex: I went to Brazil.
    Jennifer: I went there also. (too)

    If not, then is there any sentence in your brain which (also) is used at the end of a sentence?

    Thanks in advance.

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    Re: Can the word (also) be used at the end of a sentence or not?

    Quote Originally Posted by sb70012 View Post
    Hello teachers,

    Can the word (also) be used at the end of a sentence or not?

    For example:

    Alex: I went to Brazil.
    Jennifer: I went there also. (too)

    If not, then is there any sentence in your brain which (also) is used at the end of a sentence?

    Thanks in advance.
    Yes it can - there's no problem with your sentence, or any other sentence with "also" at the end.

    (not a teacher, just a language lover)

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    Re: Can the word (also) be used at the end of a sentence or not?

    Thank you. It was useful.

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    Re: Can the word (also) be used at the end of a sentence or not?

    Note that "Is there any sentence in your brain ...?" is very unnatural. You can say "Can you think of a sentence ...?" or "Are there any sentences you can think of ...?"
    Remember - if you don't use correct capitalisation, punctuation and spacing, anything you write will be incorrect.

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    Re: Can the word (also) be used at the end of a sentence or not?

    Thanks a million. Ok i'll use this one.

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