5 Ways To Use TOO – English Grammar Practice for TOEIC & LIFE

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Too is an interesting adverb and there are actually five different grammar patterns that you can use with too and much too. Well, this something that comes up on the TOEIC as well as everyday conversations. Here are the 5 key points you need to remember:

You can use too followed by an adjective.

  • I can’t go to the gym today because I’m too tired.
  • Emily wanted to go there, but she said it was too far.

You can use too followed by an adverb.

  • The new teacher speaks too quickly.
  • Traffic is moving too slowly this morning.

You can use much too followed by an adjective or much too followed by an adverb.

  • Kim wanted to go there, but she said it was much too far.
  • Traffic is moving much too slowly this morning.

You can use too many followed by a countable noun or too much followed by a non‐countable noun.

  • Nicole said she has too many bills to pay this month.
  • Eating too much junk food is not good for your health.

You can use too much after the verb

  • I’m worried about Jack. He smokes too much.
  • I think Vincent works too much.

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