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Course 14-Unit 10: The use of too + adjective and infinitive.

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  • 1. TOO + ADJECT AND INFINITIVE
  • 2. A verb in base form… TOO + ADJECT AND INFINITIVE
  • 3. A verb in base form… Decide (decidir) TOO + ADJECT AND INFINITIVE
  • 4. A verb in base form… Decide (decidir) A verb in infinitive… TOO + ADJECT AND INFINITIVE
  • 5. A verb in base form… Decide (decidir) A verb in infinitive… To Decide (decidir)
  • 6. A verb in base form… Decide (decidir) A verb in infinitive… To Decide (decidir) A verb in infinitive has “TO” before it. TOO + ADJECT AND INFINITIVE
  • 7. TOO + ADJECT AND INFINITIVE An adjective is a quality or a characteristic…
  • 8. TOO + ADJECT AND INFINITIVE Look at the following example…
  • 9. TOO + ADJECT AND INFINITIVE Look at the following example… The rock is too heavy to lift. You’d better don’t lift it because it can hurt you. to lift: levantar
  • 10. TOO + ADJECT AND INFINITIVE Look at the following example… The rock is too heavy to lift. You’d better don’t lift it because it can hurt you. to lift: levantar (demasiado)
  • 11. TOO + ADJECT AND INFINITIVE Look at the following example… The rock is too heavy to lift. You’d better don’t lift it because it can hurt you. to lift: levantar (demasiado) (pesado)
  • 12. TOO + ADJECT AND INFINITIVE Look at the following example… The rock is too heavy to lift. You’d better don’t lift it because it can hurt you. to lift: levantar (demasiado) (para levantar)(pesado)
  • 13. TOO + ADJECT AND INFINITIVE Look at the following example… The car is too expensive to buy.
  • 14. TOO + ADJECT AND INFINITIVE Look at the following example… The car is too expensive to buy. (demasiado)
  • 15. TOO + ADJECT AND INFINITIVE Look at the following example… The car is too expensive to buy. (demasiado) (caro)
  • 16. TOO + ADJECT AND INFINITIVE Look at the following example… The car is too expensive to buy. (demasiado) (para comprar [lo])(caro)
  • 17. TOO + ADJECT AND INFINITIVE Use the construction…
  • 18. TOO + ADJECT AND INFINITIVE Use the construction… TOO + ADJECTIVE + VERB IN INFINITIVE
  • 19. TOO + ADJECT AND INFINITIVE Use the construction… TOO + ADJECTIVE + VERB IN INFINITIVE To give a warning* or an explanation *warning: advertencia
  • 20. TOO + ADJECT AND INFINITIVE Use the construction… TOO + ADJECTIVE + VERB IN INFINITIVE To give a warning* or an explanation The weather is too cold to drive. *warning: advertencia
  • 21. TOO + ADJECT AND INFINITIVE Use the construction… TOO + ADJECTIVE + VERB IN INFINITIVE To give a warning* or an explanation **steep: inclinado The weather is too cold to drive. The road is too steep**to drive. *warning: advertencia
  • 22. TOO + ADJECT AND INFINITIVE Now, take a look at this…
  • 23. TOO + ADJECT AND INFINITIVE The rock is too heavy for her to lift. She’d better don’t lift it because it can hurt her. to lift: levantar (la roca es demasiado pesada para que ella la levante)
  • 24. TOO + ADJECT AND INFINITIVE The car is too expensive for me to buy. (el carro es demasiado caro para que yo lo compre)
  • 25. TOO + ADJECT AND INFINITIVE Use “for”…
  • 26. TOO + ADJECT AND INFINITIVE Use “for”… TOO + ADJECTIVE + “for” +VERB IN INFINITIVE
  • 27. TOO + ADJECT AND INFINITIVE Use “for”… TOO + ADJECTIVE + “for” +VERB IN INFINITIVE To clarify the person or object affected
  • 28. TOO + ADJECT AND INFINITIVE Use “for”… TOO + ADJECTIVE + “for” +VERB IN INFINITIVE To clarify the person or object affected The weather is too cold for people to drive.
  • 29. TOO + ADJECT AND INFINITIVE Use “for”… TOO + ADJECTIVE + “for” +VERB IN INFINITIVE To clarify the person or object affected **steep: inclinado The weather is too cold for people to drive. The road is too steep** for him to drive.
  • 30. TOO + ADJECT AND INFINITIVE Thank you!