Grammar Tips: Difference Between ‘Very’ and ‘Too’

Do you sometimes get confused between the words “VERY” and “TOO”? If you do, check this post!

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According to Portland English Language Academy, both come before adjectives or adverbs. They make those words stronger. However, “very” does not have a negative meaning, while “too” does.

  • The test was “very” difficult.
  • The test was “too” difficult.

If you say a test was “very” difficult, it challenged you, but you could still do it. In contrast, if you say a test was “too” difficult, you’re worried that you failed.

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