Intensifiers: enough, too
We use too to indicate degree, it’s too + adjective:
This restaurant’s too crowded. Let’s go somewhere else.
Or too + adverb:
You’re walking too fast! Slow down!
To talk about an amount or number of something which is more than what we want or need, it’s too much or too many + noun. Use too much before uncountable nouns and too many before countable nouns.
Ugh! You’ve put too much sugar in my tea! (sugar = uncountable)
I ate too many biscuits. (biscuit = countable)
You can also use too much on its own after a verb.
Sarah drinks too much.
Take note: too with negative
If we say a sentence with too in the negative form, then we mean it isn’t a problem. The form is not + too + adjective.
It’s not too late to buy tickets for the final. There are still some on sale.