- [too + adjective/adverb + infinitive]
He’s too old to work.
It’s too cold to play tennis.
We arrived too late to have dinner.
We can also use a structure with for + object + infinitive.
- [too + adjective/adverb + for + object + infinitive]
It’s too late for the pubs to be open.
The runway’s too short for planes to land.
- much too old (NOT very too old) a little too confident a lot too big a bit too soon
far too ycung rather too often
- You are too kind to me. (NOT . . . too much kind to me.)
I arrived too early (NOT too much early )
- He’s a very intelligent child.
He’s too intelligent for his class — he’s not learning anything.
It was very cold, but we went out.
It was too cold to go out, so we stayed at home.