[Grammar] I like English because it is fun, too.

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sky3120

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I like English because it is fun, too.

I think that the sentence can be interpreted more than two ways, depending on where the emphasis is put. ( Do you agree with my thought? )


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like English because it is fun, too.

I like English because it is fun, too.

I like English because it is fun, too.

I like English because it is fun, too.

I can think of the meaning differences in each sentence.
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I like English because it is fun, too.

I like English because it is fun, too.

I am not sure of these. Do you put the emphasis on those words?

And are there more you can think of?

I hope to make my question clear and interesting and hear from you.

Thank you so much.

P.S Is it okay to put more than two emphasis in one sentence like I like English because it is fun, too.?
 
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Why are you using too? There's nothing to compare it to.
 
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