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Too much in Russian 🇷🇺


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too much слишком
How to say “too much” in Russian? “Слишком”. Here you will learn how to pronounce “слишком” correctly and in the comments below you will be able to get all sorts of advice on too much in Russian like tips & tricks to remember it, questions, explanations and more.

Russian Sentences with the Word “Too much”

Russian sentence with “слишком” English translation for слишком S

Это слишком дорого.

That’s too expensive.

На кухне слишком жарко.

The kitchen is too hot.

Слишком поздно идти в супермаркет.

It is too late to go to the supermarket.

Если ты не остановишься, ты приложишь слишком много усилий.

If you don’t stop, you will give too much effort.

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слишком info.

Tips to remember the Russian word:
– "Слишком" (slyshkom) starts with "слиш-" which sounds like "slish", reminding slightly of "slippery" or "slip", indicating something excessive.
– The ending "-ком" can be associated with "come" as in something that comes too much or excessively.

Explanations:
– "Слишком" is an adverb used to describe an excessive degree of something. It functions similarly to the English "too much" or "overly".

Other words that mean the same thing:
– "Чересчур" (chereschur) – overly, excessively
– "Излишне" (izlishne) – excessively, redundant (slightly less common in everyday speech)

Alternate meanings/slang:
– There aren't widely recognized slang meanings, but "слишком" can be used informally to express strong reactions, similar to saying "This is way too much!"

Examples of sentences using 'слишком':
1. Этот суп слишком солёный.
(Etot sup slishkom solyonyy.)
— This soup is too salty.

2. Он слишком много работает.
(On slishkom mnogo rabotayet.)
— He works too much.

3. Фильм был слишком длинным.
(Film byl slishkom dlinnym.)
— The movie was too long.

4. Она говорит слишком быстро.
(Ona govorit slishkom bystro.)
— She speaks too fast.

5. Это слишком дорого для меня.
(Eto slishkom dorogo dlya menya.)
— It’s too expensive for me.

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