can’t . . . too : Common Errors in English

About can’t . . . too

In many contexts, “can’t“ followed by “too” can be confusing. “You can’t put too much garlic in this stew” could mean “be careful not to put too much garlic in this soup” or “there’s no limit to how much garlic you could put in this soup—use lots!”
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