If we can say
- XYZ is a very dangerous country
can we also say the following:
Germany is a too dangerous country.
Is the above sentence grammatical? If not, why?
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Technically, it's grammatical, but it's awkward; you'd never hear a native speaker say this.
You might hear, instead:
Germany is an excessively dangerous country.
Germany is too dangerous a country.
The latter is probably closer to the intended meaning, if I had to hazard a guess.