We are dealing in class with the differences between countable and uncountable nouns. It is sometimes difficult to be understood, as you can make a distinction between eating some chocolate o having a few chocolates, if it is the case in which you friend Braulio, came over home with a box of Milka.
You can have a cheese sandwich where cheese is an adjective. If you feel like having a snack, you may have a piece of cheese, or go to Andalusia to have some tapas and eat some cheese. France is well-known because of its cheeses, but Spanish cheeses are also pretty good. At home we mostly eat Manchego cheese.
My students are also learning the uses of much, many, a lot of, a little and a few (Quantifiers).
Here you are some links to have extra home practice:
1. My English Page
2. English Exercises: a comprehensive list of worksheets including differences between too and enough.
3. English Club
E.g. I am too short to reach the top shelf =
I am not tall enough to reach it.
I can't afford a convertible car. I am not rich enough to buy one. I am too poor to buy a convertible car.
Here you are a song where you can learn the use of adjective + enough
To finish, another one where you can hear the use of verb + enough.
Have you learnt enough of the quantifiers?
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