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I think I ate too much fish!

Laura Galindo. Adapted from New English File Pre-Intermediate. Oxford.

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Too much, too many, too: Use too much, too many or too to express more than is good. Too much + uncountable nouns OR after verbs too much fish. Too many + countable nouns too many cakes. Too + adjectives too tired.

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Enough: We use enough before a noun to mean all that is necessary. Do you eat enough vegetables? We use enough after a verb with no object. She doesnt sleep enough. We use enough after an adjective or adverb. My fridge isnt big enough. I dont go to bed early enough.