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  1. Newbie
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    "has been" with "too" this correct usage ?

    Hello teachers, I am new here and it's a a nice place to be . Please help me with one aberrant thought that popped up in my mind, if there is any grammatical error. here it goes -
    the weakness you witnessed has always been the differentia of my love, and the strength of expressing that weakness has been, too.

    Also, can I use the word "differentia" as a distinctive trait of my love? ��

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    Re: "has been" with "too" this correct usage ?

    I am not a teacher.

    Your sentence should start with a capital letter. It seems otherwise correct.

    Note that 'differentia' is an arcane philosophical term that would be understood by very few, and is totally out of place in normal language.

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