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Default Re: as well

Excellent answer. Thank you. But by

-"As well" means "too"

Do you think in the first sentence I gave, it's possible to use 'too' to replace 'as well'?(=someone else has stopped, but John did not stop too)

Somewhere in Michael Swan he mentions something like: (I don't have the book in my hand, sorry about that)

-You already have one cake. You can't have this one too.

Do you think this 'too' usage can be used as an analogy to solve my problem about 'as well/too'?
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