If I say "The chair is big. Besides,the chair is ugly." How to say the 2nd sentence without besides, but with "also" or "too" or "as well"?
Or anyhow. But not in one sentence, like "the chair is both big and ugly." But suppose, one says, "let's buy this chair." The other says, "It is too big." The first says, "That's all?" The other: "No. The chair..."
And if he tells: "No, the chair should be look differently, then does the place of the also or sg similar change because of the auxiliary verb? Where to put it in? I mean it would be good to say, "No, the chair should be look differently", but sg should be put into the sentence regarding that besides the fact that it is too big. Do you understand?