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The slideshow explains the use of too, (not) enough, very, too many and too much and covers the difference between them. The slideshow also includes a gap-filling exercise to practice the skills.

The slideshow explains the use of too, (not) enough, very, too many and too much and covers the difference between them. The slideshow also includes a gap-filling exercise to practice the skills.

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Too, (not) enough, very, too many and too much Too, (not) enough, very, too many and too much Presentation Transcript

  • Too, (not) enough, very, too many/much Developed by Alina Dashkewitz edutainesl.wordpress.com
  • “TOO” shows that something is more than necessary/right.
  • rice water money news people glass dollars computers
  • “ENOUGH” shows that something is OK.
  • TOO + adjective
  • Adjective + ENOUGH
  • ENOUGH + noun
  • We can use “ENOUGH” as a noun.
  • It is possible to end a sentence with ENOUGH.
  • Very + adjective Positive Negative
  • Have Fun Learning  Developed by Alina Dashkewitz