Tanto vs demasiado

MarcB1Kwiziq community member

Tanto vs demasiado

There are examples here with "demasiado dinero" and another with "tanto dinero" both meaning "too much money." That's very annoying. 

Asked 1 year ago
JohnC1 Kwiziq Q&A super contributor

Hola Marc,

If you read closely I think you will find that "tanto/a/os/as means SO much or SO many, while demasiado/a/os/as means TOO much or TOO many. 

I had a look at the lesson and I didn't see any variations on these definitions. I hope that helps. Saludos. John

InmaKwiziq team member

Hola Marc

They are similar in meaning: too much / too many and so much / so many but different as you can see. 

Saludos

Tanto vs demasiado

There are examples here with "demasiado dinero" and another with "tanto dinero" both meaning "too much money." That's very annoying. 

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