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1. So many of us changed.
2. Very many of us changed.
3. Too many of us changed.

(Are all the expressions the same? Is' so' an intensifier meaning 'very'?)

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    They are all grammatically correct. 1 and 2 are positive sounding, but 3 has a negative tone. "Too many" = "there shouldn't have been so many"

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