I always have problems in deciding whether to use "too" or "also". For example, if the previous sentence is:
Peter ate the cake.
Which of the following should I say?:
- He ate the pie too.
- He also ate the pie.
And what about?:
- He drank the juice too.
- He also drank the juice.
Jack forgot his homework.
Which is the correct way to say "me too"?:
- I forgot my homework too.
- I, too, forgot my homework.
- (I have a feeling that "I also forgot my homework." is simply wrong in this case)
I guess I can sum up my question as follows:
- If two sentences share the same subject, should I add "too" after the predicate or add "also" after the subject of the second sentence?
- If two sentences share the same predicate, should I add "too" after the predicate or after the subject (with the commas)?