also; in addition; as well
more than enough; a higher degree than sth is necessary, right, or good
"he has a Mercedes, too"
You'd hate it too if you were me.
出自： J. Betjeman
I too saw what he saw.
出自： M. Amis
误 This box is too heavy to lift it.
正 This box is too heavy to be lifted.
误 Will this be too heavy for you to carry it?
正 Will this be too heavy for you to carry?
误 The child is too young not to go to school.
正 The child is too young to go to school.
误 It is too hot not to sleep.
正 It is too hot to sleep.
误 You are too much kind to me.
正 You are much too kind to me.
误 The trams are too much slow.
正 The trams are much too slow.
析 用于加强语气时须用much too,其后跟形容词或副词。
误 I don't like coffee, and I don't much like tea, too.
正 I don't like coffee, and I don't much like tea, either.
误 I haven't seen this film, too.
正 I haven't seen this film, either.
误 It rained too heavily that they could not go home.
正 It rained so heavily that they could not go home.
析 在“too+形容词〔副词〕”后面不能与that从句连用。如用that从句, too就必须改成so。
误 He is too kind person to refuse.
正 He is too kind a person to refuse.
误 The soup's very too salty for me.
正 The soup's far too salty for me.
误 The rope is quite too short.
正 The rope is a little too short.
析 too不能与very, quite, fairly, pretty等副词连用,表示too的程度; 可以使用much, far, a little, a lot等来修饰too。
误 He is young enough to dress himself.
正 He is too young to dress himself.
析 enough和too后都可以接不定式作结果状语,但意思不同。too...to...意为“太…以至于不…”,含有否定意义; ... enough to 意为“足以…干…”。