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also

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishalsoal‧so /ˈɔːlsəʊ $ ˈɒːlsoʊ/ ●●● S1 W1 adverb 🔊 🔊 1 AND/ALSOin addition to something else that you have mentionedas well, too 🔊 Information is also available on women’s health care. 🔊 She sings beautifully and also plays the flute and piano. 🔊 The system was not only complicated but also ineffective.RegisterIn written English, avoid starting a sentence with also. Use furthermore or moreover instead, or put also before the main verb: Also, it costs more.Furthermore, it costs more. | It also costs more.2 AND/ALSOused to say that the same thing is true about another person or thing 🔊 My girlfriend was also called Helen.
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alsoChris came from England. Martin also.We talked to a counselor also.Meissner was not only commander of the army but also a close friend of the President.The half-day program is also a lot less costly to a district than a full-day program.Six of Tom's friends were also arrested.It also assigned staff people to work with individual companies that wanted to launch a program.It's certainly not for the prissy of nature but then the original novel was also considered at the time rather racy.Sugar is bad for your teeth. It can also contribute to heart disease.It is also defined as premeditated and involving a level of danger or personal injury.It may also happen that a husband and wife may have a mutual period of quarrels or unhappiness.The farm at the site operates a rare breeds centre and also has a tea room with traditional fare.My girlfriend is also named Helen.Nina runs a catering company. Also, she plans parties.Francois speaks perfect English. He also speaks German and Italian.not only ... but alsoWilliam Daniell in his Animated Nature of 1807-12 had tried to convey not only background but also atmosphere.Multi-player dungeons contain not only people but also bots-non-human programs that imitate people.Adams soon realized that a simplification of the Evershed plan was not only necessary but also feasible.These convey not only shadow but also heat, his suns gaining in intensity from a surrounding ring of black.Thick peeling is not only wasteful but also results in a loss of some of the valuable nutrients which potatoes contain.This reflects not only homophobia but also sexism, since gay men are stereotyped as effeminate, too much like women.Not only you but also your teenager will benefit from such honesty.
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