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(a) It also has red big flowers.
(b) It has also big red flowers.
Neither. Also comes before has because has is the only verb and size (= big) comes before the colour:
It also has big red flowers.
I don't know what it refers to. It might make more sense to change it:
She also has big red flowers.
Vincent TeoThanks your reply. My friends said, we must use "has also", but not "also has". Does he correct?Is he correct? I already gave you the correct answer, VT. If have, has or had is the only verb, also is before it:
I also have news for you.
He also has a new car.
They also had something to say.
If the clause is in the perfect or past perfect, also is after the auxiliary:
I have also had problems with it.
He has also seen that movie.
They had also been abroad.
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