View Poll Results: I spent ____ money last night.

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  • too

    199 33.45%
  • much too

    157 26.39%
  • much too much

    239 40.17%
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Thread: Much & Too

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    Default Re: Much & Too

    Quote Originally Posted by tdol
    I'm innocent (for once)- the third choice is 'much too much'.
    The first two weren't really supposed to make sense, were they? (I think I've finally figured it out. (This is just like starting over.))


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    Default Re: Much & Too

    It's a trick question, but it is in the intermediate section.

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    Question Re: Much & Too

    Hi,
    I wish to make a lesson plan on how to teach 'too + adjective' to a pre-intermediate students.

    I hope u can help and thank you very much

    Rgds
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    Quote Originally Posted by hali View Post
    Hi,
    I wish to make a lesson plan on how to teach 'too + adjective' to a pre-intermediate students.

    I hope u can help and thank you very much

    Rgds
    hali
    Try the Teaching English forum.


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    Default Re: Much & Too

    I've never heard any of them.... Always heard too much.... But i voted on much too much.............

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    Default Re: Much & Too

    Quote Originally Posted by Huda-M View Post
    I've never heard any of them.... Always heard too much.... But i voted on much too much.............
    The additional "much" is in there for emphasis.
    much too much = way too much

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    Default Re: Much & Too

    its a bit like we say 'thankyou so very much', additional very...

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