That is a very broad question. Do you have specific uses in mind?
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Hello everybody! I am Ahmed from Egypt. I am a new member here, and it's my first post in this nice website of learning English. :) I am asking about differences between also, else, too and either. and where exactly they are placed in a sentence. Thank you in advance.
Thanks for your reply. In fact, I see many sentences which end weather with a "too" or a " either"..and I can't exactly determine what is the difference between them, and on the other hand I can't determine the difference between too and also. I mean, Can "Also" come at the end of a sentence as too and either? Thanks in advance.
Welcome to the forums, Modiham.
'I like bacon; my sister does, too.' 'My dad likes bacon also.'
'My mum doesn't eat meat; she doesn't eat fish either.'
That's just one way of using 'also', 'too' and 'either'. As Mike said, your original question is too broad. Try to ask us specific questions. We cannot replace a grammar book or give detailed courses of instruction.
Thanks, Rover for your punctuation corrections and for your answer which I exactly wanted.
You have answered what I wanted to know. I didn't know that "either" can come with a negative sentence, and now I've already known. :) Finally, I am sorry for my misunderstanding of asking a broad question. :)
Last edited by Modiham; 06-Oct-2013 at 09:47.