Hi all,

*self-made*

- Not only can she speak, but she can also write. (It is OK)
- Not only can she speak, but she also can write. (I am not sure about the placement of 'also')

- He has not only a wife, but he has also a mistress. (It is OK)
- He has got not only a wife, but he has (got) also a mistress. (It think it is OK)
- He has not got only a wife, but he has (got) also a mistress. (I am not sure)

I gave my own choices. Could you please tell me which ones are grammatically OK.

Thanks.