Well today we are going to look at the most popular words in English and in fact very very commonly used it so – and very hi everyone I am Niharika and welcome back to a new lesson well today we are going to look at the most popular words in English and in fact very very commonly used so – and very now you must be thinking these words are pretty .
Simple you use it every now and then and is there a difference well again we are learning English and it's always nice to know these little differences when you are learning a new language so that when you end up using it you use it in a very confident manner so let's look at the difference so first we are going to look at the word so now so is always followed .
By an adjective or by an adverb but no now okay so it's so plus so it's either an adjective or an adverb okay and the word soul is used to add that extra information now let us look at some examples and this would definitely help you to understand it better she is so fast .
So now here your word fast is an adjective and you're using the word soul to add that extra information like she is so fast you know I'm just saying she is fast but she is so fast so she's like really fast you're adding that extra information another one that car is so dirty so okay we see a car here and it's dirty now .
It's so dirty so you're adding that information that yes your car is dirty or that car is dirty now so these are two examples if you look in this sentence she is such a pretty girl why haven't I used the word soul well remember I said that soul is always followed by an adjective or by an adverb and not by a noun .
Okay so if I end up saying she is a soul pretty girl does that sound right well no that's incorrect so here we are replacing the word soul with the word such so she is such a pretty girl now let's have a look at the word – now it's too hot or stop it it's too loud or she is too fat now these are some examples here now first let's .
Understand that when do we use the word – now the word – is so quite a negative expression and it is used as an intensifier which means something which is too much okay something which is more than necessary or more than enough okay so again remember to is also followed by an adjective or by an adverb .
And when something is negative or problematic that's when you end up using the word too in the sentence so remember it is a negative expression okay now I'll explain this within an example it's too hot now here we are using the word it's too hot so why am i using the word too well of course it it is an intensifier – the adjective hot but then .
Apparently it's too hot which gives you an idea that you know I'm very uncomfortable because it's too hot okay I'm not feeling good because it's too hot so it's a situation it's it's a problematic situation here and that's when you end up using the word – okay let's look at this example stop it it's too loud so again you are .
Using the word – big kiss it's too loud it's probably hurting your ears probably you are getting a bad headache okay so the music is probably too loud for you it's again used in a very negative manner and that's why we have used the word – now she is way too fat so now if you end up saying that we have used the word way so .
This is another intensifier that can be used in front of the word too like she is way too fat okay again it's quite a negative expression or she is far too young to be married okay so like intensifies like far or way can be used before the word – okay now as we saw here that we had replaced the word so with the word such now even words like .
Or expressions like too much or too many are used in the similar manner like the way we use the word – like probably you ate a lot of food so you would say oh I ate too much my tummy is full now so I ate too much okay so that's another word that you can use if you don't want to use the simple – okay .
Or too many like someone gives you chocolates and you think that there are too many so you would say these are too many chocolates for me okay so that's the way you would end up using these expressions now let's get it to the word very now very and so are pretty similarly used utterly how now very is also used with an adjective okay .
It's always followed by an adjective and it kind of makes that adjective stronger so if you look at the example Here I am very excited so here excited is your adjective and you the word very is used to make it really strong okay now another one here English is very difficult so again probably English language this is very is .
Difficult but when I add the word very it means that yes it is really difficult okay and now the one she plays the piano very well so she just doesn't play the piano well she plays it very well so again you are making the adjective very strong okay so how does she play the piano well she .
Plays it very well so it's making the adjective stronger now if you see we have used the word so and very to add that extra information however the word to is always used negatively so this is the little difference that you need to keep it in mind okay so the next time that you are using these words you know how to use them .
Correctly so this brings me to the end of this lesson why don't you take a test and let me know how much did you score I'll be back with a new lesson soon so then you take care——————————————-English Lesson – Learn the difference between ‘So’, ‘Very’ & ‘Too’ ( Speak Fluent English) Take the quiz : http://www.learnex.in/difference-between-so-very-too In this English lesson let’s take a quick look at some popular words that can often be used in the same way: very, too and so. Very In English communication the word ‘very’ is used quite often. ‘He is a very good cook.’ ‘He is very good athlete.’ Also, as you can see – the position of ‘very‘ comes after the indefinite article ‘a‘. Too ‘Too‘ is generally used to indicate something is very (!) negative. ‘It’s too cold out to play.’ ‘She’s too bossy.’ “He’s too strict.’ Of course, as languages have a mind of their own, we could also say: ‘He’s too funny!’ Here we should see, due to the context – that ‘too‘ is being used in a positive manner. So Well I don’t know about you, but it’s too soon to stop now. Although I’m so hungry, I’m quite happy to continue writing. After all, it’s very good practice for me too! “So” has many meanings and uses, but the one that is similar to “too” and very” is: “to this extent” or “this much” or “as much as it is. For example, if we want someone to speak less loudly, we say: “Don’t speak so loudly.” Here, “so loudly” means: “as loudly as you are speaking right now.” (We do not use “too” or “very” in this situation, but we can use them in some other situations, as will be explained below.) Other examples: Don’t hold it so high. I can’t see it. Bring it down a bit. (“So high” = as high as you are holding it.) How could I have been so stupid! (“so stupid” = as stupid as I was at that time in the past.)