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I'd like to know the usage of ALSO. See the following sentences:

I am also going there
I have also seen that movie
I also did that.
I will also do that.


Are the above statemts correct? Or I have to say like the following:

Also, I am going there
Also, I have seen that movie
Also, I did that.
Also, I will do that.

I think, my question looks silly. Any I want to correct myself.

Thanks in advance,
Sarvan AL
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Hello,

Your question is not silly at all, it is a very good question as the word order in these sentences is changing the meaning of 'also.

All of the sentences in the first batch are correct. They mean that you are going to do something/have done something in addition to another person. Or they could be things you are doing in addition to other things you are doing.

All of the sentences in the second batch are correct. They mean that you are going to do something/have done something in addition to something else you are going to do/have done. They wouldn't really be used if you are doing them in addition to another person doing them.
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Thanks Nona,

All of the sentences in the first batch are correct. They mean that you are going to do something/have done something in addition to another person. Or they could be things you are doing in addition to other things you are doing.

All of the sentences in the second batch are correct. They mean that you are going to do something/have done something in addition to something else you are going to do/have done. They wouldn't really be used if you are doing them in addition to another person doing them.

Great Answer.

Before this, I have never thought of these two different meanings.

Thanks Once again.
Sarvan AL
Beautiful Reply!! You have answered queries for so many people in such a simple yet comprehensible way.

- Neha