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35 VERY/TOO

Very/Too

35 VERY/TOO
i) VERY means a lot of something: it can have a negative or a positive implication. TOO means more than enough, or more than is wanted; it has a negative implication.

ii) VERY cannot be intensified, but TOO can be intensified with MUCH, A LOT, FAR.
-I'm very tired.
-I'm much too tired to go out.

iii) Both VERY and TOO are placed before adjectives and adverbs.
-It's very hot today.
-It's too hot to go out.
-My sister works very hard; she would pass her exams.
-My brother works too hard, he'll make himself ill.


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