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SO, SUCH, TOO, ENOUGH
 
1- Giselle's  good she could be a professional.
2- She plays  well (that) she could be a professional.
3- There were  footballs (that) I didn't know which one to choose.
4- Which expression substitutes "so many" in the previous sentence?
5- Mozart is  good player! 
6- They are  good students!
7- "It's hot today." Rephrase it in three different ways using:
so
such
too
8- Which of the three previous sentences you've made CAN'T be continued with "that"?
9- It's  hot today  us  go to the beach.
10- Which of the following sentences has a negative meaning?
11- Our teacher gives us  homework.
12- How can you substitute "too much" in the previous sentence for an expression containing "such"? Our teacher gives us such .
13- Unscramble this sentence: TICKET / I'VE / TO / MONEY / GOT / BUY / ENOUGH / THE
14- Unscramble this sentence: ENOUGH / TEAM / I'M / BE / THE / NOT / TO / IN / GOOD  
15- Observing the two previous sentences, we notice that "enough" comes  nouns and  adjectives.
16- "It wasn't warm enough for me to go swimming." Re-write it using "too". It was  go swimming.
17- "He's too short to be a basketball player." Re-write it using "enough". He isn't  basketball player.
 

 

       


 

 

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