To or Too Much

When we want to say that something is more than necessary we use 'to much' or is it 'too much'?

"To" or "Too Much" in the English grammar

Which One Should Be Used?

Only 'too much' is correct and can be used. 'To much' is a case of misspelling and 'too much' is the correct spelling of this phrase.

Too much

'Too much' is a phrase used to convey the meaning of 'excessively' and 'more than necessary.' Have a look:

I have too much work to do.

Her homework is too much for me to handle.

To much

'To much' is a misspelling case in which learners and even natives tend to confuse the preposition 'to' with the adverb 'too*.' The usage of 'too' instead of 'to' must be avoided.

I have to much work to do.

Her homework is to much for me to handle.

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