So & too - are two words that are commonly confused. There are some situations when so & too can be used the same, but there are many situations when so & too mean different things.
So & too -are used like the word “very”. “So” & “too” are used to emphasis, state some thing is extreme and/or intense.
Grammar: So & too are both used before an adjective or an adverb. So/too + adverb/adjective
So - be used to say something either positive or negative.
- I love you so much.
- I am so happy, that I am going to visit New York.
- The food is so hot, that I can't eat it.
- It is so cold outside, that I got sick.
Too – is usually used to state something negative.
- That doll is too expensive.
- That house is too big.
- We want to buy a car but it is too expensive.
Examples of so & too being used the same way:
- It is so hot outside.
- It too hot outside.
- The food in the restaurant is so expensive.
- The food in the restaurant is too expensive.
Examples of too being used in a positive way:
- You are too good hearted.
- Your are too adorable.
- They are too generous.
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