Jerónimo's Lesson

Review class

  • Is there an email address to write to?
  • Are there any chairs?
  • How many books are there?
  • Is there any sugar?
  • How much orange juice is there?
  • There are lots of apples on the trees.
  • There is a lot of snow on the road.
  • There are a lot of carrots but there aren't many potatoes.
  • There's lots of juice but there isn't much water.

Present Perfect

Too

  • We use too to say that something is excessive (negative meaning).
  • TOO + ADJECTIVE
  • TOO + ADVERB

He doesn't like to wake up too early.

Early: adverb (adverbio).

This book is too expensive.

Expensive: adjective (adjetivo).

This story is too confusing. People can't understand it.

Confusing: adjective (adjetivo).

I'm too tired.

Tired: adjective (adjetivo).

Too many

  • Countable nouns.
  • Ex. There are too many dogs in this house.

Too much

  • Uncountable nouns.
  • I don't want to drink too much coffee. 

Enough

  • To say something that is sufficient (suficiente).
  • To say something that is insufficient (insuficiente).
  • ENOUGH + NOUN
  • ADJECTIVE + ENOUGH
  • ADVERB + ENOUGH

We arrived early enough.

Early: adverb (adverbio).

The classroom is big enough

big: adjective (adjetivo).

He doesn't have enough money.

Money: noun (sustantivo).

I'm not good enough to win the competition.

Good: adjective (adjetivo).

Jerónimo's Lesson. Class 11. Review Class.

By Valentina Rodríguez Ramírez

Jerónimo's Lesson. Class 11. Review Class.

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