"Yo también quiero ir al parque."
Translation:I also want to go to the park.
Putting the word "also" at the end of this sentence is correct syntax for an English sentence and should be accepted as correct.
It is correct, but it could depend in the context.
They want to go the park. I also want to go the park. OR I want to go the park, also.
I need to go to shopping. I also want to go the park. Putting also at the beginning here is more natural.
Actually, now that I've written that out, I'm not sure it matters. Either way, you can just report the other answer and it'll probably be added.
Is that a question? Your mathematical equation lacks the symbol "?" If it is, the answer is yes, that's exactly what AL means. A+masculine (or modified feminine such as el agua [las aguas]. So really just A+EL=AL).
That sentence has a different meaning to the one in the example
Again and also aren't synonyms