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    Đỗ Đức Hải

    BÀI TẬP enough

    Nhấn vào đây để tải về
    Hiển thị toàn màn hình
    Báo tài liệu có sai sót
    Nhắn tin cho tác giả
    (Tài liệu chưa được thẩm định)
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    Người gửi: Đỗ Đức Hải (trang riêng)
    Ngày gửi: 21h:51' 23-01-2013
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    STRUCTURE : “ENOUGH TO”
    (khá / đủ .....có thể)

    “ADJ + ENOUGH + TO.INFINITIVE”


    Thí dụ:
    She is old enough to do what she wants.
    (Cô ta đã đủ lớn để có thể làm những gì mà cô ta muốn)
    Those apples aren’t ripe enough to eat. (Những quả táo đó chưa chín đến mức có thể ăn được)
    He is tall . He can play volleyball. ( He is tall enough to play volleyball. (Anh ấy khá cao đến mức có thể chơi bóng chuyền)
    “ADJ + ENOUGH + FOR + PRO / NOUN + TO.INFINITIVE”



    Thí dụ:
    The weather is fine enough for us to go camping. (Thời tiết khá tốt đến mức chúng tôi có thể đi cắm trại)
    The exercise is easy.Students can do them in ten minutes. ( The exercise is easy enough for students to do in ten minutes. (Bài tập khá dễ đến mức học sinh có thể làm trong 10 phút)
    “ENOUGH + NOUN (S) + TO.INFINITIVE”



    Thí dụ:
    Are they enough potatoes to make potato soup? (Có đủ khoai tây để nấu canh khoai tây không?)
    I didn’t have enough money. I couldn’t buy that cả then. ( I didn’t have enough money to buy that cả then. (Khi ấy tôi không có đủ tiền để mua chiếc ô tô đó)

    EXERCISE
    I/ Combine each sentences into a new one,using “adj + enough + to.v”:
    She is old. She can work by herself.
    The boy is intelligent. He can understand you.
    Mai is good. She can pass the examination.
    The girl is not clever. She cannot mend this shirt.
    This machine is not powerful. It cannot plough the hard soil.
    Your sister was clever. She could do this exercise in a few minutes.
    Peter is very ill. He must see the doctor.
    Mary is not old. She cannot do that work.
    We were not early. We could not see the first part of the play.
    The children were very eager. They started playing without me.
    He is tall. He can play volleyball.
    My sister is old. She can drive a car.
    She is beautiful and intelligent. She can become Miss World.
    Mr Robinson isn’t rich. He can’t buy a house.
    The worker is clever. He can make fine things from wood.

    II/ Combine each sentences into a new one, using “adj + enough + for + n/pro + to.v”:
    The story is short. We can read it in one hour.
    The film was very good. We saw it through.
    The play was very amusing. They enjoyed it.
    This song is very simple. Everybody can sing it.
    This book is very interesting. You should read it.
    Some of the books are important. I must read them.
    He was kind. Everybody liked him.
    The programme on TV was interesting. We followed it through.
    This exercise is very easy. The pupils can finish it in five minutes.
    The weather is very fine. We can go out for a walk.
    The radio isn’t small. You cannot put it in your pocket.
    This coat isn’t warm. I don’t wear it in winter.
    The weather was fine. We could go camping.
    Those apples aren’t ripe. We can’t eat them.
    This book is long. I can read it.

    III/ Combine each sentences into a new one, using “enough + noun + to.v”:
    We have money. We can buy that motorcycle.
    She has a lot of free time. She can go to the movies with you.
    Mr. Brown has experience. He can solve this problem.
    There are enough knitting frames in the workshop. Student can practice knitting.
    I haven’t got money. I can’t go away on holiday.
    We have enough time. We can get to the airport on time.
    She doesn’t know enough French. She cannot read a newspaper in French.
    Lien has no friends. She cannot share this work.
    There are a lot of books. He will stay at home to read them.
    Tom bought many books. I could borrow him.

    IV. Combine each sentences into a new one using “enough”
    1. This soup is very hot. We can eat it. 2. These oranges are ripe. You can eat them. 3. This morning is very cold. We could go swimming. 4. She can carry the box; it’s very heavy. 5. The room was very dirty. Nobody can learn it. 6. It was very late. She could go home. 7. The class was very tired.
     
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