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Too many Is always followed by an countable plural noun. Example: Ive eaten too many chocolates.

Enough a) After adjectives and adverbs. Too Example: The bananas werent ripe enough. Is used before adjectives or adverbs. Examples: My jeans are too old. b) Before nouns as determiners. He drives too fast. It may be followed by an infinitive with to. Example: The weather was too cold (for me) to swim.

Example: He hasnt got enough time.

c) It may be used alone as a pronoun. Example: Would you like some wine? No, thanks. I have enough.

Too much Is always followed by an uncountable noun. Example: He eats too much sugar.

1. Complete the sentences with too much or too many.

I think weve bought _____________ tickets for the show. They are making _____________ noise. Dont you think there are _____________ special effects in some films? There are _____________ actors looking for work. The actress was wearing _____________ make-up. Theres _____________ violence in films, isnt there?

2. Complete the sentences with too and enough: Mary isnt old enough to watch an 18. Mary is too young to watch an 18. The stunt was too difficult for him to perform. _____________________________________ The cinema tickets werent cheap enough for us to buy. _____________________________________ Did you like the film? No, It wasnt interesting enough. _____________________________________ The room was too cold for her to sit there. _____________________________________ My cousin is too ugly to be a film star. _____________________________________

3. Answer the questions as the example. Use too, enough, too much or too many.

Why didnt you buy the car? (expensive) Because it was too expensive.

Why didnt you see your friends? (people) _____________________________________ Why couldnt you come to the party? (time) _____________________________________ Why didnt you come to the cinema with us? ( tired) _____________________________________

_____________________________________ Why are there so many road accidents? (cars) Too many _____________________________________ Is always followed by an countable plural noun. Example: Ive eaten too many chocolates.

Enough d) After adjectives and adverbs. Too Is used before adjectives or adverbs. Examples: My jeans are too old. He drives too fast. It may be followed by an infinitive with to. Example: The weather was too cold (for me) to swim.

Example: The bananas werent ripe enough.

e) Before nouns as determiners.

Example: He hasnt got enough time.

f)

It may be used alone as a pronoun. Example: Would you like some wine? No, thanks. I have enough. Too much Is always followed by an uncountable noun. Example: He eats too much sugar.

2. Complete the sentences with too much or too many.

I think weve bought _____________ tickets for the show. They are making _____________ noise. Dont you think there are _____________ special effects in some films? There are _____________ actors looking for work. The actress was wearing _____________ make-up. Theres _____________ violence in films, isnt there?

2. Complete the sentences with too and enough: Mary isnt old enough to watch an 18. Mary is too young to watch an 18. The stunt was too difficult for him to perform. _____________________________________ The cinema tickets werent cheap enough for us to buy. _____________________________________ Did you like the film? No, It wasnt interesting enough. _____________________________________ The room was too cold for her to sit there. _____________________________________ My cousin is too ugly to be a film star. _____________________________________

3. Answer the questions as the example. Use too, enough, too much or too many.

Why didnt you buy the car? (expensive) Because it was too expensive.

Why didnt you see your friends? (people) _____________________________________ Why couldnt you come to the party? (time) _____________________________________ Why didnt you come to the cinema with us? ( tired) _____________________________________ Why are there so many road accidents? (cars) _____________________________________