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“I ate too much in the restaurant.”

“I ate in the restaurant too much.”

Is there a difference between them?

“too much” and “in the restaurant” are both adverbial.

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“I ate too much in the restaurant.”

This means you went to the restaurant on a single occasion and ate more food than you should have.

“I ate in the restaurant too much.”

This means that went to the restaurant too often.

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  • At least in Am.E (if not also Br.E?) we usually eat at a restaurant rather than in it.
    – TypeIA
    Jul 14 '21 at 10:26
  • @TypeIA both are common in BrEng.
    – Astralbee
    Jul 14 '21 at 10:30

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