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  1. Saar
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    so, too, very

    what is the difference between so, too and very?

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    Re: so, too, very

    So and too are commonly used in same ideas and usually interchangeable. For example:

    - Thank you very much.
    - Thank you so much.

    Both simply mean a lot or many. On the otherhand, too is used to implicate more than enough.

    - The sugar you added to my milk is too much.

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    Re: so, too, very

    "Very vs too"
    http://www.5minuteenglish.com/apr28.htm
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