- The shoes are too big for her.
- There is too much sugar in it.
too + 형용사/부사. too + adjective/adverb (too big / too hard, etc)
- Can you turn the radio down?
It’s too loud. (= louder than I want)
- I can’t work. I’m too tired.
- I think you work too hard.
too much / too many는 원하는 것보다 많이, 좋은 것보다 많이. too much / too many = more than you want, more than is good.
- Emily studies all the time. I think she studies too much.
- I don’t like the weather here. There is too much rain. (more rain than is good)
- Let’s go to another restaurant. There are too many people here.
- Traffic is a problem here. There are too many cars.
too와 not enough의 비교
- The hat is too big for him.
The hat isn’t big enough for him. (it’s too small)
- The radio is too loud. Can you turn it down, please?
The radio isn’t loud enough. Can you turn it up, please?
- There’s too much sugar in my coffee. (= more than I want)
There’s not enough sugar in my coffee. (= I want more sugar)
- I don’t feel well. I ate too much.
You’re very thin. You don’t eat enough.
too … for somebody/something
- There shoes are too big for me.
- It’s small house – too small for a large family.
too … to do something
- I’m too tired to go out. (not for go out)
- It’s too cold to sit outside.
too … for somebody/something to do something
- She speaks too fast for me to understand.