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TOO MUCH … TOO MANY… ENOUGH…. LET’S REVIEW COUNTABLE AND UNCOUNTABLE NOUNS! Actors_____Mountains_____ Lettuce_____Traffic_____ Helmets_____Students_____.

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1 TOO MUCH … TOO MANY… ENOUGH…

2 LET’S REVIEW COUNTABLE AND UNCOUNTABLE NOUNS! Actors_____Mountains_____ Lettuce_____Traffic_____ Helmets_____Students_____ Rice_____Toothpaste_____ Tea_____Tables_____ Noise_____Time_____

3 Too many It is always followed by an countable plural noun. Example: I’ve eaten too many chocolates. Too much It is always followed by an uncountable noun. Example: He eats too much sugar. Enough It means “sufficient”. - Before nouns : Example: There isn’t enough time. - After adjectives and adverbs. Example: The laptop isn’t cheap enough Too much It is always followed by an uncountable noun. Example: He eats too much sugar. Enough It means “sufficient”. - Before nouns : Example: There isn’t enough time. - After adjectives and adverbs. Example: The laptop isn’t cheap enough Too many It is always followed by an countable plural noun. Example: I’ve eaten too many chocolates. Too much It is always followed by an uncountable noun. Example: He eats too much sugar. Enough It means “sufficient”. - Before nouns : Example: There isn’t enough time. - After adjectives and adverbs. Example: The laptop isn’t cheap enough Too many It is always followed by an countable plural noun. Example: I’ve eaten too many chocolates. Too much It is always followed by an uncountable noun. Example: He eats too much sugar. Enough It means “sufficient”. - Before nouns : Example: There isn’t enough time. - After adjectives and adverbs. Example: The laptop isn’t cheap enough Too many It is always followed by a countable plural noun. Example: I’ve eaten too many chocolates. Too much It is always followed by an uncountable noun. Example: He eats too much sugar.

4 Rewrite each sentence. Use too much, too many or enough. 1 It’s very crowded on this beach. There are people. 2 I am still feeling hungry, and I’ve had my lunch. I didn’t eat food. 3 Which ice cream shall we have? There are flavors to choose from! 4 I did exercise at the gym yesterday. My muscles are really aching. 5 This suitcase isn’t big. I can’t put all my clothes in it. 6 Yuck! This tea is too sweet. There’s sugar in it! 7 Don’t make noise! They are taking an exam.


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