Also / Too / Either


Also and too are used in affirmative sentences.

Mrs. Rogala is an English teacher.
Mr. Barber is also a teacher.
Henry is a student.
Alicia is a student, too.

Either is used in negative sentences.

I don't like video games.
Sofia doesn't like video games, either.
Subject Exercises:

Also/Too/Either Exercise 2
Also/Too/Either Worksheet 3
Too / As Well / Also

More Examples


1. My car isn't fast. - His car isn't fast, either.
2. They go to Hawaii in summer. - We also go to Hawaii in summer.
3. Carla is a smart woman. - I am a smart woman, too.
4. Juan has got a new barbecue. Victor has also got a new barbecue.
5. I like America. - Mandy likes America, too.
6. The teachers aren't at school. - The students aren't at school, either.
7. Ronaldo isn't an actor. - Micheal Phelps isn't an actor, either.


Quick Exercise



A. Change the following sentences from affirmative to negative.

1. Victoria has got a new dictionary. Sam has got a new dictionary, too.
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2. Gaby has got a diamond ring. Maria has also got a diamond ring.
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3. Mr. Gerard is from England. Mr. Terry is from England, too.
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4. I like chocolate. Margaret likes chocolate, too.
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B. Change the following sentences from negative to affirmative.

5. Paul hasn't got an English book. Dan hasn't got an English book, either.
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6. Pam cannot swim. Brian can't swim either.
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7. Davis isn't a big city. Berkeley isn't a big city either.
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8. Coffee isn't my favorite drink. Coffee isn't his favorite drink, either.
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Correctness =
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Note: You can also use too as alternative to also in affirmative sentences. Both are correct. You can use "too" too.


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