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Pon tu inglés a prueba: too enough exercises

Too y enough son adverbios de cantidad que modifican a adjetivos. En su acepción como “tan” podrían ser equivalentes, en este post veremos cuando se usa cada uno de ellos y os dejamos ejercicios para practicar.

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Too and enough: la teoría

Aunque se pueden prestar a confusión estos dos adverbios se unan de forma distinta:

  • Too + adjetivo: se usa antes de los adjetivos para expresar que la cantidad o grado del mismo es más de lo necesario, aceptable, sensato o deseable. Por ejemplo

    • Your hair is too long, you should have it cut

    • You work too hard, you need a holiday!

  • (Not) enough + adjetivo: se usa después del adjetivo para expresar que la cantidad del mismo es suficiente para un objetivo concreto.

    • You are smart enough to know this won’t work

    • He isn’t fast  enough to win the competition

  • (Not) enough + sustantivo: se usa delante de sustantivo para expresar que la cantidad del mismo es suficiente para un objetivo concreto. Por ejemplo,

    • I didn’t have enough time to finish the test

    • I still haven’t enough money for a new smartphone

Practica too/ enough con estos ejercicios

1.    Completa los huecos con too/enough + el adjetivo o sustantivo que aparece entre paréntesis

  • When we arrived we were…………………………………(hungry) to eat whatever we they served us.

  • She is……………………………..(tired) to keep on studying

  • It was…………………………………(windy) to open the umbrella, so I had to walk under the rain until I got home.

  • Patrick isn’t……………………………………(well) to go back to work.

  • I’m sorry, I’m far………………………………(busy) to go out for a coffee.

  • He’s ………………………………………(tall) to play basketball visittrolleysquare.com

  • Tom wasn’t…………………………………(lucky) to win the lottery, however he got a refund

  • Did you have…………………………….(time) to visit the National Gallery when you visited London?

  • He drives just……………………..(fast). He will get a fine sooner or later

  • Please, let me know if the music is …………………………………(loud) for you.

 

2.    Elige la opción adecuada. Presta atención al orden de las palabras

  • David has enough money/money enough/too much money to buy a new computer, but he keeps on working with that old thing.

  • We are too busy enough/too busy/enough busy to help you now, please come back in an hour or so.

  • My sister isn’t good enough/isn’t enough good/isn’t too good in English, however, she has applied for an international internship.

  • My son wants to travel around the world, but he is still too young/enough young/young enough for that.

  • There wasn’t room enough/enough room/too room in the car for all of us, so we had to take a taxi.

  • I drank enough wine/too much wine/ wine enough at the party and I fell asleep.

  • Seville is enough far/far enough/too far to drive there, let’s better take a plane.

  • Their house wasn’t too big/wasn’t enough big/wasn’t big enough for the whole family, it looked too crowded.

 

KEY

  1. enough, too, too, enough, too, enough, enough, enough, too, too

  2. enough money, too busy, isn’t good enough, too young, room enough, too much wine, too far, wasn’t big enough

 

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