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QUANTIFIERS enough, not enough, too much, too many TO ENJOY THIS PRESENTATION WATCH IT IN PRESENTATION MODE Slides with blue titles are reviews of the grammar points you should know. Slides with purple titles are practice questions: answer each question by clicking on one of the answers to find out if you understand the grammar! Correct answer: ✓ Incorrect answer: ✗
ENOUGH enough = to have the quantity you need Examples We have enough food in the fridge!
Practice! There is more than _____ water in the glass! ✗ A) something ✗ B) too many ✗ C) too much ✓ D) enough
NOT ENOUGH not enough = to have less than you need Examples We don’t have enough food!
Practice! I do _____ have _____ time to finish my work! ✗ A) not… very ✗ B) not… many ✓ C) not… enough ✗ D) enough
TOO MANY too many = to have more than you need IMPORTANT: for countable things! Examples There are too many cars on the road!
COUNTABLE THINGS Some examples of countable things: paintbrushes, cars, people, dogs, children…
Practice! Hmm, maybe there are _____ traffic signs here. ✓ A) too many ✗ B) too much ✗ C) not enough ✗ D) millions
TOO MUCH too much = to have more than you need IMPORTANT: for uncountable things! Examples There is too much rain!
UNCOUNTABLE THINGS In general, uncountable things are usually: liquids, gases, things which are too small or too difficult(!) to count, or intangible concepts… Some examples of uncountable things: rice, paint, water, information, time…
Practice! There is _____ noise in this restaurant. ✗ A) too many ✓ B) too much ✗ C) not enough ✗ D) millions
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