UPDATED: JUN 2023
TOO: more than normal, excess
- too is also used to indicate something negative or bad.
- too + adjective (tall, fat, rich, poor, etc)
- too many + noun+S (cars, books, friends, etc)
- too much + noun (money, cash, water, air, time, etc
CORRECT & INCORRECT
- I like to travel too much. <-INCORRECT
- I love to travel a lot. <-CORRECT
- He is too rich. <-INCORRECT
- being rich is not considered something "bad".
- if being rich puts you in danger, then you could use it.
- "He is too rich to walk to the store late at night. <-CORRECT
(walking to the store at night can be dangerous if you are rich, thus "too" can be used because = "bad")
- He is very rich. <-CORRECT
too + adjective
too much + non-count noun
too many + count noun
NOTE: so .... that
- so + adjective + that = too
- He is too fat to play tennis. / He is so fat that he can't play tennis.
- He is too lazy to learn English. / He is so lazy that he can't learn English.