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    Question grammer

    What is the difference between "too many" & "so many"? or "too much" & "so much"?

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    Re: grammer

    Quote Originally Posted by behzad_1201
    What is the difference between "too many" & "so many"? or "too much" & "so much"?
    as far as I know, when you say too much, there must be a reason for saying so. For example:

    There's too much bread for me to eat.( more than needed)


    but:

    I like you so much= means you like sby a lot, not more than needed;)
    Last edited by dilekdemir89; 08-Apr-2006 at 21:39.

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    Re: grammer

    Too much/many- always implies excess

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