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1. Put the verbs in brackets into the infinitive or -ing form.

When my sisters and I were young, we loved spending our summer holidays in Brighton. I can remember all of us looking forward to the end of the summer term at school, so we could start packing our suitcases. The fun started before we even got there: all of us wanted to sit at the front seat of the car, our mum made us play a game of "rock - paper - scissors". The winner sat at the front! In this way, we avoided agruing with each other. During the three-hour trip we enjoyed all sorts of car games, in which the whole family participated. After driving for about two hours, my father always stopped to have some rest. Then, we continued travelling until we got to Brighton. That's where the real ful began! Our parents let us do almost whatever we wanted, for the next three weeks! And you know what? We did!

2. Match the two parts of the sentences.

3. Underline the correct verb form.

1. A: Why don't you stop wasting your time and get on with your work?
B: Because I can't stand doing chores around the house!

2. A: I've been working all morning, and I've stopped to take a break. Do you want to have some coffee with me?
B: I'd love to keep you company, but I have to live.

3. A: I'm so sleepy! I can hardly stay awake!
B: You should try to going to bed earlier.

4. A: Let me to help you hang out the washing.
B: Thanks, I promise to help you with your chores, too!

5. A: Are you still thinking about buying a new dishwasher?
B: No, I've decided to call someone to fix the one I have.

4. Complete the text with  too or enough.

I don't think you're ever prepared enough for life on you own. When I went away to college I thought I was ready, but I soon realised that I was wrong. The money my parents sent me wasn't enough, so I got a part-time job. I worked too many hours and soon my grades started to drop. I was living on my own for the first time and had a lot of responsibilities. There was too much to do and not enough time. I guess I wasn't old enough to be on my own just yet.

5. Complete the following with too or enough and the words in brackets.

1. Our new neighbours are nice people, but I don't think there are sociable enough. That's why they never come to any of our parties.
2. I don't like this new, moderm block of flats; it looks too ugly.
3. It's too noisy in here. Why don't you go to the study to do your homework?
4. Let's not sit in this park. It's not clean enough.
5. Do you think armchair is modern enough? I don't want to buy something old-fashioned!
6. Our vacuum cleaner is too old . We need a new one.

6. Circle the mistake (A or B) and then correct it, as in the example.