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What is the difference between "too" and "very"?

What is the difference between "too" and "very"? Thank you very much for your help.
9 years ago
Asked 9 years ago
Suong

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- too + adjective means there's trouble
- very + adjective - positive meaning

Example:
- His girlfriend is very beautiful (you say from the bottom of your heart with positive meaning)
- His girlfriend is too beautiful (it might indicate that his girlfriend's beauty causes trouble)
Answered 9 years ago
Cathy

too and very both illustrate same meaning,but too is mostly used in conveying negative ideas and very in positive...

I was too late in lecture.(I was very late in lecture yesterday )wrong
he is very handsome.(he is too handsome) wrong
Answered 8 years ago
Zarif



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