This is something I’m having a hard time getting right a lot of times as an English learner. I just haven’t learned the difference clearly so I get confused. Can you help? When do you use To much and Too much?
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“To much” is usually a spelling error or part of a random clause.
“Too much” means excessive or excessively.
I get how it can be confusing for someone who is just learning English because they’re homophones, but if you have to choose between them, always chose “too much” – that’s the best tip I can give you.