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Hi, I'm Phil from BBC Learning English.
Today I'm going to tell you how to use 'too'
and 'very'. They are both intensifiers – but
they don't mean the same thing.
We use 'very'
to make an adjective, or an adverb
stronger. So we can say, "The building is
very old." That
could be a good thing - it's beautiful. Or it
could be a bad thing - it's falling down.
Or it might not matter. If we use 'too'
(with two Os), then it means it's a
problem. Could say, "It's too easy." It
means 'it's a waste of time'.
It's a problem! It's not too difficult
– in fact, it's very easy. Just remember
that if we use 'too', it's a problem.
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EIAM: Too and Very

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Yukiko published on October 22, 2018
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