I scheduresulted in stay after college via you this particular day, however yesterday I was assigned a detention for this day too.

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I scheducaused continue to be after school through you today, yet yesterday I was assigned a detention for today also.

The sentence ending in also sounds much better to me, yet I am not a indigenous speaker, and also I don"t understand it it"s correct to usage likewise at the finish of a sentence.

Which one is the correct form?


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"Too", "also" and "as well" are rather frequently interchangeable. In this instance, they are, and also deserve to all be offered at the end of your sentence.

However before, if you have actually a choice not to finish your sentences with "also", try this:

I scheducaused continue to be after school through you this particular day, yet yesterday I was also assigned a detention for this day.

However before, I carry out think the sentence in its entirety sounds a little awkward. From what I gather of the definition, I would reword it to something like this:

I would"ve invested detention through you after institution now yet, yesterday, I was likewise given a detention.


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In both situations the sentence itself is already horribly damaged for the purpose of this question, so while the answer is straightforward (entirely okay either way!), making use of this sentence to explain it is really hard. The trouble is that there is no reading of the sentence in which ending it with "too", or "also", or putting as well or additionally elsewhere in the sentence, outcomes in a clear sentence. The sentence just makes sense if you rerelocate also or additionally entirely, which makes it a poor example for this question.

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"I scheducaused stay after school with you this day, but yesterday I was assigned a detention for now also."

What is "too" intended to be referring to in this sentence? Are you saying that you got a detention yesterday for yesterday and also for today? Are you saying that I got detention for today and also you received one for now as well? Are you saying that I obtained a detention for yesterday and you received one for today? Are you saying we both got detention on one or both days? If you are going to use as well or additionally, you should have somepoint clear and also certain for them to describe as having taken place previously/as well/too/additionally. Out of context no reader might EVER tell what you intended by this sentence. In context it is still practically certainly unnecessarily confusing.

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The sentence just provides feeling without as well or also, prefer this:

"I schedubrought about continue to be after institution via you now, but yesterday I was assigned a detention for this day."

See, now I recognize what happened. You gained detention for this day. You or I may have obtained some various other detention newly, but that appropriate component is that I can"t satisfy with you as reserved this particular day bereason yesterday I obtained a detention for this day. Adding as well or also simply results in me having actually to puzzle out what prior detention, not defined in the sentence, you are referring to.

More importantly, because this is the only method to write it that provides any kind of sense, it obviates the need for the word too or also, hence making the question itself pointless and this a horrible example to usage for the purpose of asking the question you have asked.

That said, it is completely fine to finish a sentence with too or also, as lengthy as the sentence renders feeling once you perform so (the too or additionally has actually something to refer to!)