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  • 1. Teacher: MSc. Miriam Sheen Cuba
  • 2. Teacher: MSc. Miriam Sheen Cuba TOO≠ VERY • Too means more than necessary, wanted or expected. –The exam is too difficult. –Don’t eat too quickly –Too many people wanted tickets
  • 3. Teacher: MSc. Miriam Sheen Cuba She is tootoo crazy. She lost her popularity too quickly. (It happened much sooner than expected) too + adjective too + adverb
  • 4. Teacher: MSc. Miriam Sheen Cuba TooToo many people went to The Killer’s concert in NY too much + noun too many
  • 5. Teacher: MSc. Miriam Sheen Cuba There was too much emotion from the audience during the concert. too much + noun too many
  • 6. Teacher: MSc. Miriam Sheen Cuba The twilight saga is interesting enough. The Twilight saga is creatively enough adjective adverb adjective + enough adverb
  • 7. Teacher: MSc. Miriam Sheen Cuba NO There are Twilight books enough There are enough Twilight books. enough + noun noun
  • 8. Teacher: MSc. Miriam Sheen Cuba noun Robert Pattinson is handsome enough to play Edward’s role. Robert got enough fame thanks to Twilight. adjective / adverb + enough enough + noun
  • 9. Teacher: MSc. Miriam Sheen Cuba Robert and Kirsten don’t act well enough. They got enough money for acting in this movie. adverb noun adjective + enough adverb enough + noun
  • 10. Teacher: MSc. Miriam Sheen Cuba ENOUGH = Right as much as necessary • She’s old enough to make her own decisions! • You’re not speaking slowly enough • Have you got enough money? adjective adverb noun
  • 11. Teacher: MSc. Miriam Sheen Cuba Forms (SO / SUCH) SO + adjective adverb SUCH + adjective + noun SUCH + many + adjective+ noun much SO much + noun …..THAT SO many
  • 12. Teacher: MSc. Miriam Sheen Cuba Forms (too / Enough) • Too + adjective adverb • adjectives + Enough • adverbs •Enough + nouns • Too much + noun • Too many
  • 13. Teacher: MSc. Miriam Sheen Cuba Look at the cartoon and write 4 sentences using .. So ….. that Such Too Not enough