Too, too much, too many

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  • 1. TOO, TOO MUCH, TOO MANY MARIA GUADALUPE GARCÍA
  • 2. TOO
    • Too is and adverb of quantity and it means “demadiado”.
    • We used too with adejectives
    • Ex: It´s too windy
    • It´s too cold
    • It´s too foggy
    • You are too short yo play basketball
  • 3. TOO MUCH AND TOO MANY
    • TOO MUCH
    • It is used with uncountable nouns.
    • Ex: that salad has too much oil
    • There is too much frost to play in the yard.
    • there is too much yoghurt in the fridge.
  • 4. TOO MANY, TOO MUCH
    • TOO MANY
    • It is used with countable nouns
    • Ex: I have too many CD´s
    • There are too many sheets on my bed.
    • There are too many students in this classroom.
    • Our teacher let us too much homework.