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

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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.

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

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

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