Using too much/too many, (not) enough and very
Being able to express the reason, cause and result of actions is essential in any language. In English we use too, (not) enough, very, too many and too much for this purpose and they can be pretty confusing for learners. The following slideshow clearly explains the difference between them and includes a gap-filling exercise to practice the use of each in real context.
You can also hear me going through the slideshow in the video that was made for the university where I am currently teaching:
Posted on May 10, 2014, in B1, efl, esl, Grammar, PPT, Teacher's Resources and tagged (not) enough, efl, english grammar, esl, grammar, PPT, Teacher's Resources, TEFL, too much/too many. Bookmark the permalink. 4 Comments.