Much & Too

I spent ____ money last night.


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RonBee

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tdol said:
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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Tdol

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

hali

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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
 

RonBee

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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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Huda-M

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

RonBee

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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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TheOneNOnly

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