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Quantifiers, too, not enough

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    English File PI Unit 5
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  • The fish was delicious, but I found A LITTLE / A FEW bones
    A FEW
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  • A good diet can prevent LOT OF / A LOT OF illnesses.
    A LOT OF
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  • 'How was the job interview?' 'It was OK. I wasn't TOO / ENOUGH nervous.'
    TOO
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  • I think I have ENOUGH MONEY / MONEY ENOUGH to pay for this.
    ENOUGH MONEY
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  • How MUCH / MANY milk do you drik?
    MUCH
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  • You should be friendly, but not TOO / TOO MUCH friendly.
    TOO MUCH
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  • Could I have A LITTLE / A FEW milk, please?
    A LITTLE
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  • She spends to MANY / MUCH money on shoes.
    MUCH
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  • You don't do MANY / MUCH exercise
    MUCH
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  • I can't teach children. I'm not PATIENT ENOUGH / ENOUGH PATIENT
    PATIENT ENOUGH
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  • Too MANY / MUCH chocolate isn't good for you.
    MUCH
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  • How MANY / MUCH hours do you study each day?
    MANY
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  • DoN'T spend too MUCH / MANY time at the computer.
    MUCH
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  • I couldn't finish the work because I didn't have TIME ENOUGH / ENOUGH TIME
    ENOUGH TIME
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  • I have too MANY / MUCH clothes I can never decide what to wear
    MANY
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  • We're buying A LITTLE / A FEW things for our new flat
    A FEW
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  • Are you ENOUGH WELL / WELL ENOUGH to go to work today?
    WELL ENOUGH
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  • I'm going to have VERY LITTLE / VERY FEW free time this weekend.
    VERY LITTLE
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  • He does A FEW / A LITTLE Housework every day
    A LITTLE
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  • We buy too MANY / MUCH vegetables. We never eat them all!
    MANY
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