'Also' is an adverb. In this lesson, we will discuss how to learn and use it.
Functions of 'Also'
'Also' as an Adverb
As you might know, 'also' mainly functions as an adverb. Below, we are going to see the different kinds of adverbs it can be:
'Also' as an Adverb of Manner
'Also' is an adverb of manner. When we want to add something, we use it. Let us examine some examples below:
As you can see, it means 'too'.
Position in a Sentence
'Also' always comes between the subject and the main main verb. Please note that if we have an auxiliary verb or modal verb in the sentence, 'also' comes between the modal/auxiliary and the main verb. Remember that we never use 'also' with negative verbs. Look below:
Here, we have 'also' between an auxiliary and the main verb.
Please remember that 'also' never comes at the end of a sentence or after the main verb. Look:
(Not Harry was invited
The Simpsons will
(Not The Simpsons will come
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