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  1. theblackman246


    the diiference between too and either

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    Re: Q

    Both words have several meanings and forms, but as an adverb they do overlap.

    The difference is that "too" is follows a positive constructions and "either" follows a negative constructions.

    I want to go there, too
    I don't want to go there, either

    You may use too for either sentence if you use it before the construction:

    I, too, want to go there.
    I, too, do not want to go there.


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