(ADDING SOMETHING OR RESPONDING)
1 adv You use too after mentioning another person, thing, or aspect that a previous statement applies to or includes.
`Nice to talk to you.'<emdash10001`Nice to talk to you too.'..., `I've got a great feeling about it.'<emdash10002`Me too.'..., He doesn't want to meet me. I, too, have been afraid to talk to him..., We talked to her agent. He's your agent, too, right?
2 adv You use too after adding a piece of information or a comment to a statement, in order to emphasize that it is surprising or important.
cl/group ADV (emphasis)
We did learn to read, and quickly too..., People usually think of it as a `boys' book', which of course it is, and a very good one too.
3 adv You use too at the end of a sentence to emphasize an opinion that you have added after a statement made by you or by another person.
cl ADV (emphasis)
`That money's mine.'<emdash10001`Of course it is, and quite right too.'..., `Oh excuse me.'—`I should think so too.'...
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