In today's lesson we look at the difference between TOO and ENOUGH in English.
1. Read the grammar explanation and examples
2. Listen to the pronunciation
3. Download the pages with the grammar exercises
4. Do pages 1 and 2.
5. Correct the answers with the teacher in the next lesson
TOO means 'more than necessary' or 'more than you want'.
'He is too old to be her boyfriend.'
'She is too young to be his girlfriend.'
ENOUGH describes an adequate or necessary amount. It can also be used with not, to refer to something that is not sufficient, or not necessary.
'He is old enough to be her father'.
'She is young enough to be his daughter.'
Notice the POSITION of ENOUGH:
ADJECTIVE + ENOUGH
old enough / rich enough / brave enough / good enough / not hot enough / not nice enough, etc.
ENOUGH + NOUN
enough people / enough money / enough time / not enough energy / not enough subscribers, etc.
HOMEWORK: DOWNLOAD THE PAGE ABOVE AND COMPLETE THE UNIT TOO & ENOUGH (1 & 2)
Write the answers on paper as your teacher will check your work.
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