I would like to know what´s exactly the difference between these three words, TOO - ALSO - AS WELL? I mean how to use them in different situations or in a determined context... Thanks!

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bluebird 1670

Also:

Also goes after auxiliary verbs, e.g be,can, but before the main verb.

Look at some example:

The centre is dirty and it's also very crowded.

OR

The centre is dirty and it's also costs alot to live.

Too and As well:

Too and As well go at the end of the sentence.

Too and As well are more informal than Also

Look at some example:

The centre is dirty and it's very expensive too.

The centre is dirty and it costs a lot to live there as well.

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Native 7620

The adverbs too, also, as well have similar meanings, but they do not go in the same position in sentences. Also is normally used before the verb. As well and Too are usually used in the end.

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Zoltes 590

Also is normally used before the verb. As well and Too are usually used in the end.

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Basra is rich and also very dirty , 

Basra is very rich and it's very dirty too, ( as well) 

 

 

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