UNIT 3ENGLISH 3Too – Enough Too goes before adjectives and adverbs. It has a negative meaning and shows thatsomething is more than enough, more than necessary or more than wanted.too adjective/adverb to –infinitive.*Helen is too rude to become a doctor.*He explains me too clearly for me to understand him. Enough goes before nouns but after adjectives or adverbs. It has positivemeanings and shows that there is as much of something as is wanted or needed.Adjective/adverb enough to –infinitive*The weather is warm enough to swim.*The shoes aren’t comfortable enough to walk for a long time.enough noun* There isn’t enough water.*We have enough money to buy a new car. Too se coloca antes de adjetivos y de adverbios. Tiene un significado negativo y muestra que algoes más que suficiente, más que necesario o más que querido.Too adjetivo /adverbio to –infinitivo*Helen es muy ruda para llegar a ser doctora.*Él me explica tan claro que lo entiendo.Enough se coloca antes de sustantivos pero después de adjetivos o adverbios. Tiene un significadopositivo y muestra que hay tanto de algo querido o necesitado.Adjetivo /adverbio suficiente to –infinitivo*El clima está suficientemente tibio para nadar.*Los zapatos no están lo suficientemente cómodos para caminar por mucho tiempo.suficiente sustantivo*No hay suficiente agua.*tenemos suficiente dinero para comprar un carro nuevo.1. Add the word enough to these sentences.enough0. The car isn’t fast. 1. There aren’t chairs.2. The restaurant is good.3. There isn’t public transportation.4. My bedroom is warm in winter.Elaborado por: María del Carmen Barragán Albarrán.INGLÉS 3UNIDAD 1-3
Evaluations and comparisonsEvaluations with adjectivesEvaluations with nounsEvaluaciones con adjetivosEvaluaciones con sustantivosBig houses aren’t convenient for students The school doesn’t have enough yard for theLas casas grandes no son tan convenientes para losstudentsestudiantes.La escuela no tiene suficiente patio para losestudiantesThe yard is too small for petsThe bathroom is too oldEl patio es muy pequeño para las mascotasEl baño es muy viejoComparisons with adjectivesComparisons with nounsComparatives con adjetivosComparatives con sustantivosNissan isn’t as modern as FerrariCarlos Slim has just as many properties asBill GatesEl Nissan no es tan moderno como el FerrariCarlos Slim tiene tantas propiedades como Bill GatesNissan is justVolkswagenasconvenientas Carlos Slim has as much money as BillGatesEl Nissan es tan conveniente como el VolkswagenCarlos Slim tiene tanto dinero como Bill Gates2. Fill in the blanks with too or enough.0. My roommate is too noisy. I can’t concentrate to do my assignments.1. The pizza is hot to eat.2. The market is close to go on foot.3. This coat isn’t warm for me to wear in winter.4. The film is scary for my children to watch.Elaborado por: María del Carmen Barragán Albarrán.INGLÉS 3UNIDAD 1-3
3. Imagine you are looking for a car to buy. Read the information.Then rewrite the opinions below using the word in parenthesis.spacious, modern carsmall, older car4 doors, expensive, fast, comfortable,2 doors, cheap, slow, uncomfortable0. Tsuru has only two doors. (not enough) Tsuru doesn’t have enough doors.1. Audi is too expensive. (not enough)2. Tsuru isn’t comfortable enough. (too)3. Tsuru is not spacious. (too)4. Tsuru is too old. (not enough)Elaborado por: María del Carmen Barragán Albarrán.INGLÉS 3UNIDAD 1-3
WishUse wish past tense to refer to present wishesUtiliza wish tiempo pasado para referirse a deseos actuales.I have a small carI wish I didn’t have a small carI wish I had a big carDriving is boringI wish it were* funnierI wish it weren’t so boringSilvia can’t play the pianoShe wishes she could play the piano*After wish,pronouns.wereisusedwithall*Después de wish, were es utilizado con todos lospronombres.4. Read these facts about people’s lives. Then rewrite thesentences.0. Armando can’t do exercise. He wishes he could do exercise.1. Mexico City is so big.2. Carlos doesn’t have any money to travel.3. Silvia doesn’t like her hair.4. Pedro can’t save money5. My house is so smallElaborado por: María del Carmen Barragán Albarrán.INGLÉS 3UNIDAD 1-3
ANSWER KEYUNIT 3EXERCISE 11. There aren’t enough chairs2. The restaurant is good enough3. There isn’t enough public transportation4. My bedroom is warm enough in winter.EXERCISE 21. too2. enough3. enough4. tooEXERCISE 31. Audi is not enough cheap2. Tsuru is too uncomfortable3. Tsuru is too small4. Tsuru is not enough modern/newEXERCISE 41.I wish it were smaller.2.He wishes he had a lot of money3.She wishes she liked her hair4.He wishes he could save money5. I wish my room weren’t so small / I wish my room were bigger.Elaborado por: María del Carmen Barragán Albarrán.INGLÉS 3UNIDAD 1-3
GRAMMAR REFERENCESEnoughtoo:ESSENTIAL GRAMMAR IN USE Codificación GKB 049-03(Unidad 90 y 91, págs. 188-191)ESSENTIAL GRAMMAR IN USE SUPLEMENTARY EXERCISESCODIFICACIÓN GBK 048-02 (Unidad 90 y 91, págs. 82, 83)ENTERPRISE GRAMMAR 2 Codificación GBK 035-02 (Unidad 9,Págs. 44)Wish:A PRACTICAL ENGLISH GRAMMAR Fourth editionCODIFICACIÓN GBK 022-01 ( unidad 299, 300, págs. 260-262)Elaborado por: María del Carmen Barragán Albarrán.INGLÉS 3UNIDAD 1-3
Too – Enough Too goes before adjectives and adverbs. It has a negative meaning and shows that something is more than enough, more than necessary or more than wanted. too adjective/adverb to –infinitive. *Helen is too rude to become a doctor. *He explains me too clearly for me to understand him.
Oh! It’s too heavy to lift! I’m not strong enough to lift weights. I’m too short to play basketball. Yes, you’re not tall enough to play basketball. Too and Enough . Too and enough are used with adjectives, adverbs and nouns. - Too means more than what is necessary. - Enough means as much as necessary. Examples: 1. Too adjective:
Complete the report with ‘too / very’, ‘very little / very few / enough / not enough’ and the correct form of the given words. (Too / very, very little / very few / enough / not enough) C Happy Holiday Village Accessibility It is (1) to go to the village. It is near the MTR station
Make sure you always have enough energy to swim back to shore. Leader’s Note: Have students complete Activity Sheet 2-5: Dangerous Beach. zz Watch out for the “dangerous too’s” cc Too tired cc Too cold cc Too far from safety cc Too much sun Leader’s Note: See Fact Sheet 3, Longfellow’s Rules for Safe Swimming, which provides .
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