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BBC英语一分钟: Too 和 Very的用法区别

Too and Very

Too 和 Very的用法区别

Hi, I’m Phil from BBC Learning English. Today I’m going to tell you how to use too and very.

大家好,我是BBC的菲尔.今天我来教大家Too 和 Very的用法。

They are both intensifiers - but they don’t mean the same thing. We use very to make an adjective, or an adverb stronger. So we can say, The building is very old. That could be a good thing. It's beautiful. Or it could be a bad thing - it's falling down.

这两者都是加强词——但二者意思不同。very用于增强形容词或动词语气。所以我们可以说:这栋楼很古老。这可能是件好事,使它看起来很漂亮;也有可能是坏事——容易倒塌。

Or it might not matter. If we use too (with two Os), then it means it's a problem. Could say, It's too easy. It means ‘it’s a waste of time’. It’s a problem! It’s not too difficult - in fact, it’s very easy. Just remember that if we use too, it’s a problem.

或者也无关紧要。如果我们用了too(两个O),就表示这是一个问题了。我们可以说:太简单了。言下之意就是“简直就是浪费时间”。这会出问题的!这不是很难——实际上,很简单。只要记住,描述问题时才用too.

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