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THE ADVERB "ALSO"

What are the rules for using the adverb "also" within a sentence?

Now that you have seen some examples, what exactly are the rules that determine where "also" should be placed in the sentence? Which of the statements below are correct explanations about how to use "also"?

Click the checkboxes next to each statement to find the answer.

 
The adverb "also" should always be placed before the verb "to be".
"Also" can be placed at the beginning of a sentence before the subject.
Place "also" between the auxillary verb (is, are, has, have) and the main verb in passive verbs.
"Also" can be the last word in a sentence.
Always place "also" between modal verbs (may, can, could, would) and the main verb.
"Also" should go between the modal (may, can, could, would) and auxillary verbs (is, are, has, have) in passive verbs.
The adverb "also" should always be placed before the verb "to have".

 

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