So and Too

So & Too

The words ‘so’ and ‘too’ are often used interchangeably, whereas really, they mean different things. Read further; uncover the difference between these adverbs, intensifiers and emphasisers and learn how to use them correctly. “She’s so tall”  VS   “She’s too tall”. So  So is used as an emphasiser or intensifier (to make the statement stronger).“She’s so tall” – but it doesn’t bother her or anyone else. so + adjective “The soup so hot” -> The soup is very hot “You are so young” -> You are very young So has […]

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