Do I say "I also like something " or "I like something also"

Let's replace "something" with a specific word and see what happens:
- I also like ice cream. → This could mean "I like (something that is not ice cream) and I also like ice cream."
- I like ice cream also. → This means "Me too: I like ice cream."
So, depending on what you're trying to say, you would move "also" to the appropriate place. Of course, context (other sentences before and after that one) would also help the reader/listener get a clearer picture of your intended meaning.

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