How to use the word "also"?
In my mother tongue I can write however long sentence, and I can insert the word which means "also” anywhere, and the meaning of the sentence is different in each case, due to the place of the "also,” because it refers to different words, according to its place. For e.g. it means that the mentioned thing can happen to you not only now but also in other days, or not only to you but also to anybody else, or not only this thing can happen to you but any other thing, etc. What is the situation in English if it (the "also” or something else) should be refer to an attribute of something? Just an example: the bag you must bring should be white. I would like to say something similar. But suppose, another thing was already mentioned about the bag, earlier. (About what kind of bag it should be.) I can say this sentence even than, but it would be much better to express that it is another thing, another attribute. But important: I don’t want to mention the previously mentioned thing again. Even if it was mentioned not in the preceeding sentence but 5 minutes earlier. (That is why I can’t use "besides,” or "in addition,” or something like this.) Do you understand?