"There is nothing too big or too small that you can/can t face." Is it can or can t?

I want to get this right before I submit it for review (included in a social media post for a big company).

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  • 6 months ago
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    can't. "there is nothing too big or too small that you can't face." to make more sense of it, just take out the middle so it's "there's nothing you can't face," which would make more sense than "there's nothing you can face."

  • 6 months ago

    Either. Using one word or the other presents a change in focus or meaning.

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