Too much is for A) uncountable nouns and B) verbs.
Uncountable nouns are usually substances or concepts. They are difficult to divide or separate.
So, for example, here you have a small list of common uncountable nouns.
music, art, love, happiness
advice, information, news
rice, sugar, butter, water
electricity, power, money
Now I can give you some examples:
I have too much rice.
They listen to too much music.
I think I have brought too much luggage
When you use too with a verb it’s “too much”.
You smoke too much.
You run too much.
You talk too much.
Please take note: The order is not the same.
I see too much beauty in art. (noun)
I’ve seen too much today. (verb)
Too much + noun
Verb + Too much
You can also say “too little” for when there is a lack or a need.
This construction is the opposite of too much!
I have too little time. I need more.
I have too little information to be able to help you.
Well done for getting this far, you can never have too much patience! Now for too many. 🚴