Structure: too …to …

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  •  “Too” is an adverb.
  • used before an adjective or another adverb
  • meaning: “more than enough”
  • TOO + ADJECTIVE/ ADVERB
    • It’s too hot here.
    • She’s too tall.
    • She’s driving too fast.
    • The turtle was moving too slowly.
  • TOO + ADJECTIVE/ ADVERB + TO –INFINITIVE
    • It’s too hard to finish the project by Friday.
    • She’s too short to reach the shelf.
    • She draws too terribly to win the first prize.
    • The teacher is reading too quickly for me to catch up with.

     

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