“Also” is used in positive sentences to add an agreeing thought.
“Also” comes after “to be”
- I am also Canadian.
- I was also there.
With verbs other than “to be,” “also” comes before single verb forms.
- I also sing.
- He also helped us.
In verb tenses with many parts (more than one verbs), “also” comes after the first part and before the second.
- I have also been to Hong Kong.
- I am also studying economics.
Similarly, since modal verbs are usually followed by a second verb, “also” comes after modal verbs.
- I can also speak French.
- I should also be there.