martes, 28 de abril de 2015


This exercise has to be solved by everyone.(In the TEST 2. chat below)
This topic is in your book or photocopies on page 63

Too and enough indicate degree. They are used with adjectives.
  • Too means more than what is needed.
  • Enough means sufficient.


He is too old to play football with the kids.
Dave is intelligent enough to do the write thing.
You're not working fast enough
I don't have enough time.
He has too many friends.
She has got too much patience

Use of too and enough

1.Enough precedes adjectives and adverbs:
He isn't old enough to watch this program.
We're not walking quickly enough.

Choose the correct option, then write it on the form below
  1. I left the coffee for a minute to cool because it was  hot to drink.
  2. He wasn't strong  to lift that heavy box.
  3. There aren't  policemen in our town.
  4. Do you have  information to help me with this problem?
  5. It is  difficult to do for a little child.
  6. I do not have  much time to prepare dinner.
  7. I didn't buy the car because it was  expensive.
  8. He didn't work hard  to pass the exam.
  9. My mum can't sleep because she drinks  much coffee.
  10. She isn't old  to start driving.


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