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