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Basic summary of contents Too/enough Future expressions: Future simple, going to, present continuous, present simple. César Elgueta Fernanda Román
Too and Enough We use too when there is a lot of something. We use enough when we have exactly what we need.
Complete using too or enough and the word in parentheses. 1. Is she going to get married? (old) No, she's not old enough to get married. 2. I need to talk to you about something. (busy) Well, I'm afraid I'm ____________to talk to you now. 3. Let's go to the cinema. (late) No, it's ____________ to go the cinema. 4. Why don't we sit in the garden? (warm) It's not ____________ in the garden. 5. Would you like to be a politician? (nice) No, I'm ____________ to be a politician. 6. Do you want to play tennis today? (energy) No, I haven't got ____________ to play tennis today. 7. Did you hear what he was saying? (far away) No, we were ____________ to hear what he was saying. 8. Can you take me home? (old) Yes, I am ____________ to drive a car.
Rephrase the sentences using too and/or enough Example: We couldn't eat the spicy food. The food was too spicy to eat it. 1. I can't drink this coffee. It's very hot. This coffee is_____________________________________________ 2. Nobody could move the heavy piano. The piano________________________________________________ 3. I can't explain this very complicated situation. The situation _____________________________________________ 4. Three people can't sit on this sofa. This sofa ________________________________________________________ 5. We couldn't climb over the high wall The wall ________________________________________________ 6. You can't see some things without a microscope. You can’t see things that ___________________________________
Expressing the future
1. Future simple It will probably rain later. a. Uncertain things (think, hope, expect, probably, maybe)
You won't pass your exams if you don't study everyday. b. Predictions for the future
c. Requests / Promises / Offers
d. Decision made at the moment of speaking. I will get the phone.
2. Going to a. Predictions about the future based on present evidence. She is going to have a baby.
b. Future plans and intentions. I am going to be an artist.
3. Present continuous a. Things arranged between people for the future. This afternoon Lucy is meeting the boy she loves.
3. Present simple a. Events fixed on a timetable. The bus leaves at 16:00, be careful!
Watch a video and answer the following questions 1.Why does Joey use “will” to say “I’ll take care of it” instead of another structure? 2.When Joey asks “who are you kissing at midnight”, why does he use present continuous for future meaning? 3.Why does Ross use future “going to” for his new year’s resolutions? 4.Why does Monica suggest Rachel that she should gossip less? 5.Why can’t Chandler make fun of Ross’ date? 6.What happens when Phoebe tries to teach Joey how to play the guitar?