Too vs. Enough – English Language Exercise

Too vs. Enough – a classic debate as to how to truly describe your feelings about something. But don’t jump to conclusions – as there are many forms of too and they can get very tricky at times! Today’s blog post is dedicated to consolidating that knowledge, while also working on your Business English language skills!

Before we get started, be sure to have a look at our English language explanation graphic, which describes the many facets of the word too and how to properly use it:

Have you studied it up? Now it’s time to test your skills with an English language quiz! Be sure to refer back to this graphic if you are ever confused about which form of the word you need to put!

Too vs. Enough Fill In the Blank Quiz

Test your knowledge of too vs enough using the following exercise!

How did you do? 100%, perfect score? If you think you need to take it again, click refresh in your browser! A little repetition is always a good thing when it comes to language, and will certainly work in your favor. If you want to check out other Scrambled Eggs English School language exercises, be sure to check out the rest of our blog with tons of English grammar exercises as well as videos. And don’t forget to follow us on Instagram @scrambledeggsenglish

Charming small town in Alsace

THE FOLLOWING PIECE IS BY ONE OF OUR MOST LOYAL AND FAVORITE STUDENTS, RAFFAELLA. AFTER LEARNING ABOUT WRITING BLOG POSTS IN ONE OF OUR GROUP LESSONS, HER HOMEWORK WAS THE FOLLOWING:

Create the blog post you planned with your partner during the lesson!

If you love villages with a lot of atmosphere, the calm of the countryside, good food and wine, then Alsace is the right destination for a trip!

This region is known for flammekueches (a kind of pizza with sour cream and bacon), choucroute (different kind of pork meat with sauerkraut), a stew called backeoffe, white aromatic wines and the gorgeous Christmas markets.

Flammekueche or Tarte Flambée

But it’s also well known for the beautiful small towns with flowered balconies and the peculiar timber framed houses.

In a week you can easily travel around and stop to visit the countless villages that seem right out of a fairytale.

Alsace Travel

Actually Alsace is also a good destination also for a long weekend, maybe just before Christmas, to really enjoy the charming atmosphere and to wander around the joyful markets.

Not to be missed in the visit of Strasbourg, with its gothic cathedral and the characteristic Petit France neighborhood, the romantic Colmar with its Petite Venise and the Unterlinden Museum, the Haut-Koenigsbourg castle, Riquewihr, which is one of the most beautiful villages along the wine route and Mulhouse, known as the European technical museum capital.

European Parliament in Strasbourg

If you have enough time I also suggest visiting also the Sainte Odile’s mount monastery, from which you can enjoy a beautiful view of the region.

 

THANK YOU RAFFAELLA FOR LETTING US DISCOVER THE BEAUTIES OF ALSACE!

And you? Have you ever been to this wonderful region of France? If you want more travel tips, follow Raffaella’s blog!!

 

Nuovo corso di inglese di gruppo a Milano: Fall 2018

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