Usage of `also' in a sentence

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Which of the following sentences are gramatically correct. In case, a sentence is not correct, then could someone let me know the reason(s):

1) We plan to make project 1 stronger. We have also been working on project 2.
2) We plan to make project 1 stronger. We also have been working on project 2.
3) We plan to make project 1 stronger. We have been also working on project 2.
4) We plan to make project 1 stronger. We have been working also on project2.
5) We plan to make project 1 stronger. We have been working on project 2 also.
6) We plan to make project 1 stronger. Also, we have been working on project 2.
 

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They're OK, but some are more common than others; 1,3 & 6. ;-)
 

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Anonymous said:
Which of the following sentences are gramatically correct. In case, a sentence is not correct, then could someone let me know the reason(s):

1) We plan to make project 1 stronger. We have also been working on project 2.
2) We plan to make project 1 stronger. We also have been working on project 2.
3) We plan to make project 1 stronger. We have been also working on project 2.
4) We plan to make project 1 stronger. We have been working also on project2.
5) We plan to make project 1 stronger. We have been working on project 2 also.
6) We plan to make project 1 stronger. Also, we have been working on project 2.

I'm not sure what "make project 1 stronger" means. Is it really the project that you are strengthening or is the project intended to improve something else?
 
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