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    Is this correct?

    "Im glad you dream about me. I too dream about you at at times"

    Additionally can tge word 'also' be used interchangebly?
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    (Original post by Twothousand)
    Is this correct?

    "Im glad you dream about me. I too dream about you at at times"
    I'd say it's grammatically correct (apart from the double 'at', but I assume that's just a typo), but archaic-sounding.
    Additionally can tge word 'also' be used interchangebly?
    Not in every context, but you can use it to replace the 'too' here, if that's what you're asking.:dontknow:
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    Tbh in that sentence you can get rid of the 'too' altogether. It'll sound better when its simpler imo.

    "I'm glad you dream about me. I dream about you."

    Alternatively you can put the 'too' at the end. Or use as well.

    "I'm glad you dream about me. I dream about you too."
    "I'm glad you dream about me. I dream about you as well."
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    I'm glad that you dream about me; for we are in each other's dreams
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    Yep. Imagine it like this: I, too, dream.

    "Too" is an adverb and they can be moved around in sentences, e.g.

    I usually eat dinner.
    Usually, I eat dinner.
    I eat dinner usually.

    And yeah, "too" means "also" here so you can swap them. But imagine a sentence like "he was going too fast", "also" wouldn't work there.
 
 
 
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