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Chapter 5

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Chapter 5

  1. 1. Pathway to English 2 Chapter 5 Too hot, too cold Chapter 5 Too Hot, Too Cold Shutterstock
  2. 2. What’s on this chapter? • Adverbs of degree • Expressions related to adverbs of degree • Statements to express sufficiency and excess
  3. 3. Adverbs of degree too enough very How do we use it?
  4. 4. Expressions related to adverbs of degree The coffee is too hot. Clipart Shutterstock Clipart The weather is very cold. We have enough drink.
  5. 5. Statements to express sufficiency and excess • too and very means excessively – It’s too difficult for me to explain. – The driver drives too fast. – The tea is very hot. – She’s very helpful. • Enough means sufficiency • I know enough art to recognize a masterpiece when I see one. • Are there enough cakes for everyone?
  6. 6. Using too, very and enough • too and very is used before adjective. – too hot – too tall – very high – very fast • Enough is used after adjective or before noun. • cold enough • big enough • enough food • enough sleep
  7. 7. What would you say about these pictures?

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