What's the difference between 'so', 'very', and 'too'?

The Dark Side of 'Çok'

Have you watched the new Star Wars movie, Rogue OneJust like all Star Wars movies, the theme centers around 'the force' which can be used for good or evil. Let's take this same analogy and apply it to the topic of today's video.  The word 'çok' in Turkish is like 'the force'.  It can be used both positively and negatively. However, in English, some words only exist on the dark side.  In English, 'çok' has many translations - but particularly; in this video, we will look at three uses of 'çok':  'so', 'very' and 'too'.  One of these 'çok' are only used for only the dark side of the force and the others live more in the light.  If you confuse the uses of 'so', 'very', and 'too', you confuse the force and you confuse your audience.  Take a look at the video to get a better understanding, and don't forget to take the quiz to see if you've mastered this topic.  


Take the free quiz to see if you have mastered using 'so', 'very', and 'too'.  Our academic team will email you with your results and personal feedback.

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I came to the office too early this morning to finish the reports by the deadline.
Is 'too' used correctly or incorrectly in this example?
Our return on investment has too good potential from this new construction project.
Is 'too' used correctly or incorrectly in this example?
We have too much to do before the deadline. I'm not sure we can get it all done.
Is 'too' used correctly or incorrectly in this example?
If it isn't too much trouble for you, could we meet next week to discuss the program?
Is 'too' used correctly or incorrectly in this example?
Thank you for the new designs Mr. Henry. They are too beautiful, and we hope to work with you again in the future.
Is 'too' used correctly or incorrectly in this example?
Please edit the above email. Be sure that 'so', 'very', and 'too' are used correctly.