Fixing a toilet is too difficult.
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too + adjective/adverb + infinitive

Definition:

Using the rules of the prepositions taught earlier. A speaker will use too + adjective/adverb + infinitive in order to express the exaggeration of an action.

Sentence Structure:

too + adjective/adverb + infinitive

Example:

1. It is too windy to drive.

2. The music too loud to talk.

3. You are too late to take the test.

They sing too loudly.
 
 
Writing Exercise
Please use a pencil and paper to complete this exercise. The word "too" has been taken out of all of the sentences. Rewrite each sentence placing the word "too" in the correct place in each sentence.
EX: The car is old.
  The car is too old.
1.
She drives slowly.
2.
The music is loud.
3.
Tom is frequently absent.
4.
She walks quickly.
5.
It is hot to be outside.
6.
The movie theater is cold to be comfortable.
7.
The library is quiet for talking.
8.
He dug deep and hit a pipe.
9.
They are noisy.
10.
You are smart for your own good.
 

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