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Too, also, as in French 🇫🇷

in English in French S
too, also, as aussi
How to say “too, also, as” in French? “Aussi”. Here you will learn how to pronounce “aussi” correctly and in the comments below you will be able to get all sorts of advice on too, also, as in French like tips & tricks to remember it, questions, explanations and more.

French Sentences with the Word “Too, also, as”

French sentence with “aussi” English translation for aussi S

Est-ce que vous y allez souvent aussi?

Do you also go there often?

C’est bizarre que l’on se parle aussi fréquemment

It’s weird that we talk so frequently

J’aurais aimé que mon ami n’habite pas aussi loin.

I wish my friend didn’t live so far.

Je ne pense pas que vous aviez préparé à manger aussi vite.

I don’t think you made food that fast.

Ce n’était pas bon que tu aies dormi aussi tard.

It was not good that you fell asleep so late.

Pouvez-vous aussi me le prêter?

Can you lend it to me also?

Je ne pense pas que ça aurait été aussi mal que ça.

I don’t think it would have been that bad.

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### Tips to Remember the French Word “aussi”

1. Associate with English words: You might connect “aussi” to “also” since they both start with “a” and have a similar meaning.
2. Create a rhyme or jingle: “Aussi is as easy as can be, for too and also, just you see!”
3. Visual link: Imagine a scene where someone adds “also” by saying “aussi,” like in a conversation, “I want ice cream,” and another replies, “Me aussi!”

### Explanations

– “Aussi” means “too,” “also,” or “as well” in French. It is used to agree with something that has been said or to add additional information similar to what has been mentioned.
– One cannot start a sentence with “aussi” to mean “also.” In French, you usually start with “Et” followed by the subject and verb, then “aussi” (e.g., “Et moi aussi”).

### Other Words That Mean the Same Thing

– “Également”: Can be used interchangeably with “aussi” to mean equally, also, or too.
– “De même”: Literally “the same,” but used similarly to “as well” or “too.”

### Alternate Meanings

– When used as an adverb of comparison, “aussi” means “as” or “so” (e.g., “Il est aussi grand que son frère” – “He is as tall as his brother”).
– “Aussi” can mean “therefore” or “so” in a conjunctive sense (e.g., “Il pleut, aussi je prends un parapluie” – “It’s raining, so I’m taking an umbrella”).

### Examples of Sentences Using “aussi”

1. Il veut du chocolat et moi aussi. (He wants some chocolate and me too.)
2. Elle parle français et elle apprend l’espagnol aussi. (She speaks French and she is learning Spanish also.)
3. Tu aimes le football ? Moi aussi ! (You like football? Me too!)
4. Cet hôtel est aussi confortable que le précédent. (This hotel is as comfortable as the previous one.)
5. L’examen était difficile, aussi ai-je dû étudier longtemps. (The exam was difficult, so I had to study for a long time.)

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