to where vs so much that, to the point that : Common Errors in English

About to where vs so much that, to the point that

Complains Fred, “Mac kept borrowing my tools to where I couldn’t finishfixing the front porch.” This sort of use of “to where” to mean “so muchthat” or “to the point that” is not standard English. The meaning ismore about when than where.

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