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They all have a similar meaning, but they do not go in the same position in a sentence.
Also is not used with negative verbs. It means: in addition;too.It usually goes with verbs, in mid position( mid-position adverb usually goes before one-part verbs, after auxiliary verbs, and after am/is/are/was/were)
Also is more formal than too and as well. But too and as well are very common in spoken English. On the other hand as well is less common in AmE.
Also usually goes before a main verb or after is, are, were.... .
Too and as well usually go at the end of the sentence.
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