1. In addition; besides.
2. Likewise; too:
If you will stay, I will also.
3. And in addition:
It's a pretty cat, also friendly.
4. Middle English
5. from Old English ealsw3
源自 古英语 ealsw3
6. eall [all] * see al- 3
eall [所有] *参见 al- 3
8. These adverbs indicate the presence of or introduce something additional. The first three generally imply that the additional element or consideration is equal in weight to what precedes it.
9. Also is more formal in tone than too:
He is gentle, but he is also capable of fierce intellectual combat.
If you buy a car, you'll need a parking place, too.
10. Likewise is even more formal than also and may imply similarity between elements as well as equality:
Likewise 比also 更为正式并可能暗示各成分之间的平等和相似：
You forgot to mention that her parents were likewise going to attend the ceremony.
11. Besides often introduces an element that reinforces what has gone before:
I don't feel like cooking; besides, there's no food in the house.
12. Moreover and
13. furthermore frequently stress the importance of what is to come:
The cellar was dark and forbidding; moreover, I knew a family of mice had nested there.
I don't want you to go; furthermore, I forbid it.
14. Also is sometimes held to be inappropriate when used to begin a sentence, as in
The warranty covers all power-train components.
Also, participating dealers back their work with a free lifetime service guarantee.
15. This example was acceptable to 63 percent of the Usage Panel, however.