Read and Listen To Sentences Using the Word
"Too"

Me, too.
I went, too.
It's too big.
It's too loud.
I ate too much.
It's too large.
It's too small.
That's too bad.
Will you go, too?
Are you going, too?
Don't eat too much.
Is she coming, too?
Don't work too hard!
I am a teacher, too.
I am too tired to run.
Yeah. I think so, too.
You've come too early.
Your hair is too long.
He was too old to swim.
This tea is too bitter.
Don't add too much salt.
This steak is too tough.
Do you think I'm too tall?
He can speak Russian, too.
I arrived there too early.
It is too good to be true.
This coffee is too bitter.
I'm very sleepy today, too.
Isn't that skirt too short?
It's much too cold to swim.
My hair has grown too long.
No one is too old to learn.
That's too good to be true.
This book is too expensive.
I'll try my best today, too.
Is the job too much for you?
It's never too late to learn.
This chair is too low for me.
You're carrying this too far.
Don't rely too much on others.
It is never too late to learn.
The desk is too small for Meg.
He was too drunk to drive home.
I got over it. You should, too.
She bought the dictionary, too.
That desk is too small for Meg.
That sounds too good to be true.
The ice is too thin to skate on.
The road is too narrow for cars.
He told me not to drive too fast.
I was too tired to go on working.
I was too tired to walk any more.
She was only too glad to help us.
That skirt's too short, isn't it?
This bed is too hard to sleep on.
He is still too young for the job.
It is too expensive for me to buy.
Mary is too stubborn to apologize.
The theory is too abstract for me.
Do you think I'm too materialistic?
She is too young to know the truth.
She was too tired to go on working.
Tom puts too much sugar in his tea.
You are too sensitive to criticism.
Eating too much may lead to sickness.
She advised him not to drink too much.
She advised him not to drive too fast.
I promise you I won't stay out too late.
She was too short to see over the fence.
You can't have your cake and eat it too.
I don't know how to cook too many things.
She advised him not to use too much salt.
She advised him not to use too much sugar.
She spends way too much time surfing the web.
Do you think I'm too old to go back to school?
He complained about the room being too hot and humid.
I've been thinking that I may have been too critical.
I'm going to make some coffee. Would you like some, too?
I've spent way too much time thinking about this problem.
It's not only Tom that has to study. I have to study, too.
Tom was too shy to take part in games with the other boys.
She asked him where he lived, but he was too smart to tell her.
Some people think the president spends too much time traveling.
A few days after his thirteenth birthday, Tony left school, too.
I think it wouldn't be too hard to come up with a better system.
Many people think that children spend too much time watching TV.
She bought him a camera that was too big to fit in his shirt pocket.
She advised him not to drive too fast, but he wouldn't listen to her.
I'm sure it wouldn't be too hard to find out who hacked into our system.
She advised him not to use too much salt, but he wouldn't listen to her.
A few days after his thirteenth birthday, Tony, too, graduated from school.
You're speaking a little too fast for me. Would you speak a little more slowly?
She asked him to help her father clean the garage, but he said that he was too busy to help.
If you spend too much time in the sun without putting on sunscreen, you are likely to get a sunburn.
It’s still too hard to find a job. And even if you have a job, chances are you’re having a tougher time paying the rising costs of everything from groceries to gas.


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