The adverbs too, so, and very are similar words but we use them differently. For today’s English lesson, let’s have a look at how to use these words in everyday English.
Here are the example sentences. To get the details of this English lesson, you need to listen to the podcast or the check the transcript for the details:
- I’m very tired today. I don’t feel like doing anything.
- My old car is very unreliable. I should shop for a new one.
- I think economics is very difficult for many students.
- I’m too tired tonight and I don’t feel like cooking. I think I’ll order in pizza.
- My old car is too unreliable.
- Economics is too difficult for many students.
- I’m so tired today. I don’t feel like doing anything.
- This pizza is so delicious. I think I’ll have another slice.
- Economics is so difficult for many students.
- Jenny is so beautiful.
- I’m so excited about my vacation that I can’t sleep.
- Joe was so nervous when he went on his first date that he forgot to shave.
- It’s so hot and humid that it is hard to breathe outside.
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