Removal of Too Exercises with Answers in English Grammar

Removal of Too Exercises with Answers clarifies the different rules. It has many sentences of all the rules. Solve these exercises given below and match your answers with the section – Check Your Answers.

Basic Grammar Rule

Here is quick basic grammar rule to solve these exercises. It will tell you how to remove too from the sentences below.

Have a look at the sentence given below.

He is too weak to walk.

He is so weak that he cannot walk.

This is a simple sentence. Identify the structure of the sentence. There are too and to. If they come in a sentence, the infinitive part (to walk) receives negative meaning. It means we can say – He cannot walk.

The first part (he is too weak.) says that the weakness is beyond the proper limit. Therefore, we can say – He is very weak.

Now solve this removal of Too exercises with answers. And check them with the section – Check Your Answers given below.

Removal of Too Exercises with Answers – 1

Exercise – 1

Here is a collection of removal of Too exercises with answers. Remove too from the sentences without changing the real meaning.
  1. It is never too late to start.
  2. He is too strong not to win the game.
  3. It is too hot.
  4. They are too dishonest not to take a bribe.
  5. Ujjwal is too cute not to be loved by all

Check Your Answers

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  1. It is never so late that one cannot start.
  2. He is so strong that he can win the game.
  3. It is extremely hot. Or It is hot beyond the proper limit.
  4. They are so dishonest that they can take the bribe.
  5. Ujjwal is so cute that he can be loved by all.

Explanation

Now see the explanation of the removal of Too exercises with answers.
  1. We should replace too late with so late. Further, we need to use conjunction that. Since the infinitive part (to start) is positive, we need to make it negative (cannot). Therefore, the sentence is if is never so late that one cannot start.
  2. In the first part, we will replace too with so. Then, in the second part (to win the game) we will make assertive sentence using can. Since the second part is in negative, we need to use positive. It means we need to use can win instead of cannot win.  
  3. Here in the sentence, the word (too) expresses the excess point. Either we can use extremely to replace it or beyond the proper limit. So the sentence is – It is extremely hot. / it is hot beyond the proper limit.
  4. They are too dishonest is changed into – they are so dishonest. The second part – not to take a bribe into – that they can take the bribe. It is so because the sentence is negative. Therefore, the sentence is – they are so dishonest that they can take the bribe.
  5. Here the first part is Ujjwal is so cute. The second part is – that he can be loved by all as the part is in negative.

Exercise – 2

Here is a collection of removal of Too exercises with answers. Remove too from the sentences without changing the real meaning.
  1. He was too weak to walk.
  2. He is too slow to win the race.
  3. She is too weak to pass the examination.
  4. He is too foolish to win the election.
  5. He is too old to walk.

Check Your Answers

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  1. He was so weak that he could not walk.
  2. He is so slow that he cannot win the race.
  3. She is so weak that she cannot pass the examination.
  4. He is so foolish that he cannot win the election.
  5. He is so old that he cannot walk.

Explanation

Now see the explanation of the removal of Too exercises with answers.
  1. We should write the first part like he is so weak. And the second part, we can write like that he cannot walk as the part is in positive.
  2. The first is written as he is so slow. The second part is the same as above – he cannot win the race.
  3. She is too weak is written like she is so weak. The infinitive part is written like he cannot pass the examination.
  4. The first part is he is so foolish. The second part is that he cannot win the election.
  5. He is too old is written like he is so old. And the second part to walk should be like that he cannot walk. Therefore the sentence is he is so old that he cannot walk.

Exercise – 3

Here is a collection of removal of Too exercises with answers. Remove too from the sentences without changing the real meaning.
  1. The Principal is too busy to attend the meeting.
  2. He is too proud to learn.
  3. He is too weak to go to school.
  4. The dress is too costly to be purchased.
  5. He is too poor to buy books.

Check Your Answers

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  1. The principal is so busy that he cannot attend the meeting.
  2. He is so proud that he cannot learn.
  3. He is so weak that he cannot go to school.
  4. The dress is so costly that it cannot be purchased.
  5. He is so poor that he cannot buy the books.

Explanation

Now see the explanation of the removal of Too exercises with answers.
  1. We can replace the principal is too busy with the principal is so busy. In the second part to attend the meeting can be written by that he cannot attend the meeting.
  2. He is too proud means he is so proud. To learn means he cannot learn. But, don’t forget to use conjunction that.
  3. He to too weak means he is so weak. To go to school can be written as that he cannot go to school.
  4. The dress is too costly can be replaced by the dress is so costly. To be purchased can be written as that it cannot be purchased.
  5. He is too poor, we can write it as he is so poor. The second part should be that he cannot buy books.

Removal of Too Exercises with Answers – 2

Exercise – 1

Here is a collection of removal of Too exercises with answers. Use too from the sentences without changing the real meaning.
  1. Milk with Horlicks is so tasty that the children will drink it.
  2. Kaka Ji is so kind that he will help me.
  3. Mukesh is excessively fond of money.
  4. The pen is so costly to be purchased by us.
  5. Mr Gupta is so truthful that he cannot be a successful lawyer.

Check Your Answers

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  1. Milk with Horlicks is too tasty for children not to drink.
  2. Kaka Ji is too kind not to help me.
  3. Mukesh is too fond of money.
  4. The pen is too costly to be purchased by us.
  5. Mr Gupta is too truthful to be a successful lawyer.

Explanation

Now see the explanation of the removal of Too exercises with answers.
  1. Milk with Horlicks is so tasty is milk with Horlicks is too tasty. Since the second part is in positive, we need to use not before the infinitive. Therefore the sentence is not to drink.
  2. Kaka Ji is so kind means Kaka Ji is too kind. Again, the part is positive so the change will be in negative. That is not to help me.
  3. Remove excessively with too. Therefore the sentence is Mukesh is too fond of money.
  4. Only so is replaced by too. Rest of the sentence is good. The pen is too costly to be purchased by us.
  5. So is written like too. And the second part – to be a successful lawyer. So the sentence is Mr Gupta is too truthful to be a successful lawyer.

Exercise – 2

Here is a collection of removal of Too exercises with answers. Use too from the sentences without changing the real meaning.
  1. The house is so small that it cannot accommodate everybody.
  2. He is so honest that he will not accept a bribe.
  3. My grandfather is so weak that he cannot walk properly.
  4. He is so busy that he cannot come.
  5. He is so exhausted that he cannot walk.

Check Your Answers

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  1. The house is too small to accommodate everybody.
  2. He is too honest to accept a bribe.
  3. My grandfather is too weak to walk properly.
  4. He is too busy to come.
  5. He is too exhausted to walk.

Explanation

Now see the explanation of the removal of Too exercises with answers.
  1. We can write so small like too small. And in the second part, we can write cannot accommodate like to accommodate. Therefore, the sentence is the house is too small to accommodate everybody.
  2. Write so like too and will not like to. Your sentence will be – he is too honest to accept a bribe.
  3. My grandfather is so weak means my grandfather is too weak. That he cannot walk properly means to walk properly. Therefore the sentence is my grandfather is too weak to walk properly.
  4. He is so busy means he is too busy. That he cannot come means to come. So the sentence can be written like he is too busy to come.
  5. He is so exhausted means he is too exhausted. That he cannot walk means to walk. Therefore the sentence is he is too exhausted to walk.

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3 Comments

  1. In Removal of adverb”Too” I – Exercise 2
    sentence 1) ans He was so weak that he cannot walk.

    For this if u see the sentence has was , which means the sentence in past tense , with that u have put cannot , which is in present tense , so the grammar appears to be wrong , so i think you should have written it as could not – because it is in past tense.

  2. It is real use full for us

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