Somebody asked me to teach a lesson on the differences between“so” and “too.”
My next lesson will be on the differences between “really” and “very.”
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”So” and “too” are confusing because there are some situations where they mean the same thing, but there are many situations where these words mean different things.
“So” and “too” are used to say something is extreme or intense.
“So” is used to say things that are either positive or negative.
- I love you so much.
- I am so excited to go to school today.
- It is so hot outside today and I don’t have anything to drink.
- I’m so tired, I wish I could go to sleep.
“Too” is USUALLY used when saying things that are negative.
- His house is too big.
- I wanted to buy a car but the car I want is too expensive.
- That boy is too crazy.
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