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Hi,

1)what is the difference in context between these two sentences:

I haven´t been learning much / I haven´t been learning too much

2) what is the difference betwen these two sentences:

sadly, I haven´t been learning too much / unfortunatelly, I haven´t been learning too much

is there any difference between sadly and unfortunatelly ?

thanks!
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DricaHi,

1)what is the difference in context between these two sentences:

I haven´t been learning much / I haven´t been learning too much

2) what is the difference betwen these two sentences:

sadly, I haven´t been learning too much / unfortunatelly, I haven´t been learning too much

is there any difference between sadly and unfortunatelly ?

thanks!
They're all about the same. "too" here is just a substitute for "very".
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Students: We have free audio pronunciation exercises.
Can't "too" convey a touch of irony?

Like this:
"I haven´t been learning too much" =
"I haven't been very far from a diligent student"?
Philip
Drica
Hi,

1)what is the difference in context between these two sentences:

I haven´t been learning much / I haven´t been learning too much

2) what is the difference betwen these two sentences:

sadly, I haven´t been learning too much / unfortunatelly, I haven´t been learning too much

is there any difference between sadly and unfortunatelly ?

thanks!

They're all about the same. "too" here is just a substitute for "very".
let me give it a try and see if you agree: is there ok if I take I haven´t been learning too much to mean that I haven´t been learning the amount I need or as fas as I wanted to ?

I haven´t been learning much would suggest me that it doesn´t make any difference if I am learning or not cause i am not interested in anyway. What do you think ?