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    difference between TOO & SO

    What is the difference between TOO & SO?
    1. He is TOO hungry.
    2. He is SO hungry.

    Which one is true from the above and why? Please explain...

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    Re: difference between TOO & SO

    Quote Originally Posted by junaid chithari View Post
    What is the difference between TOO & SO?
    1. He is TOO hungry.
    2. He is SO hungry.

    Which one of the above is correct and why? Please explain.
    1 means 'He is excessively hungry' and 2 means 'He is very hungry'.

    Please note my corrections to your post.

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