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Friday, 11 February 2011

Quantity - grammar lesson 1

Level: Pre-intermediate / A2

Complete the sentences using too, enough, too much, too many, so much, so many

1.         There wasn’t                            snow, so we couldn’t ski.
2.         We were                                   busy to go on the guided walk.
3.         I haven’t got                            money to pay for the course.
4.         English pronunciation is                                   difficult.
5.         Our problem is over-population – we have                                         people.
6.         The report was very long – it had                                   information.
7.         Have you got                           data for your thesis?
8          Do you think there are                                     problems with this project?
9          Why is there                                         pollution in this river?
10        Why are there                                       different pollutants?

Answers below!


1   enough
2   too
3   enough
4   too
5   too many
6   too much
7   enough
8   too many
9   so much
10 so many

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