Do you know the difference between 'very' and 'too'? These two English vocabulary words can be a cause for confusion for some. Learn to understand these and how to use them in conversations.
Very much, very little, very tall, or very loud - are not good or bad. The very means a lot of and can be positive or negative in idea. For example, this pie is very hot and this table is very big. We know there is a lot of pie and a lot of table. However too much, too little, too tall, too loud, all mean that we don't like them.
We think the amount or level is bad. For example, this pie is too hot so the person but their lips and tongue. this table is too big and it doesn't fit in the kitchen. check the difference between very and too. think about what you mean before use either face words.
Consider this situation, some loud music is playing in a shop. If you say the music is very loud, you express the meaning that you can hear a lot of loud music. If you say the music is too loud, so I want to leave this shop now. Here you express the meaning at the music is bad and it hurts your ears.