Student or Learner
To express extreme sweetness of honey, which one best suits the blank?
Question: Honey is ________ sweet.
b) too much
c) much too
Would you please check whether the following extract from OXFORD (OALD) fits in the question mentioned above.
"MUCH adverb(more, most) to a great degree:
Thank you very much for the flowers. « I would very much like to see you again. « He isnít in the office much (= often). « You worry too much. « My new job is much the same as the old one. « Much to her surprise he came back the next day. « Sheís much better today. « The other one was much too expensive. « Nikolaiís English was much the worst. « We are very much aware of the lack of food supplies. « Iím not much good at tennis. « He was much loved by all who knew him. « an appeal to raise much-needed cash" OALD, 7th edition
Can the underlined words be an alternative?