Ⅰ. 阅读下面的对话，根据括号中所给内容，用...enough to...或too...to...填空。
Andy: Mum, would you like to go to the cinema with me?
Mum: Sorry, Andy. I am (1) (busy, watch) the movie today. I have so much to do.
Andy: What about dad? Can he go with me?
Mum: I am afraid not. He is still in Shanghai now. He can’t get back (2) (early, join) us in dinner today.
Andy: So I have to go there by myself?
Mum: Yes. You’re (3) (old, take) a bus alone, aren’t you?
Andy: But I’d like to ride dad’s bike.
Mum: Please don’t. The bike is (4) (tall, you, ride).
Andy: Do you think I’m (5) (short, ride) it? Mum, I am 1.6 metres tall already!
Mum: But I think it is (6) (dangerous, you, ride) such a tall bike.
Andy: OK, mum. I’ll take a bus instead.
( ) 1. — Have you decided how to spend the holiday?
— Not yet. We need discussion.
A. far B. further C. farthest D. furthest
( ) 2. — Did Millie talk much at the meeting?
— No. She talked little. It seemed she was too to share her opinions with others.
A. generous B. brave C. shy D. excited
( ) 3.— Your grandparents like travelling, right?
— Yes. They think one is never enjoy life.
A. too young to B. too old to C. young enough to D. old enough to
( ) 4. — I think the gate of our school should be wider.
— I agree. It is for two cars to go through.
A. too wide B. wide enough C. not too wide D. not wide enough
( ) 5. — Look! Tom is running faster and faster.
— But he is too far behind. I don’t think he is win this time.
A. too fast to B. too slow to C. enough fast to D. fast enough to
( ) 6. — Tom got a “B” again. What a pity!
— I am not surprised. He usually writes the answers to get an “A”.
A. too careless B. too carefully C. carelessly enough D. too carelessly
( ) 7. — Shall we book one room or two rooms?
— Two rooms. The room there is too small for us .
A. lives B. to live in C. to live in it D. living in
( ) 8. — Can you and Tom remember the answers?
— They’re too long to remember. We don’t have a super brain.
A. for him and me B. for he and I C. of him and me D. of he and I
( ) 9. — Jacky didn’t himself clearly enough.
— He was just too nervous.
A. talk B. express C. speak D. tell
( )10. — What are you busy these days?
— I am busy for the coming party. My birthday is around the corner.
A. for; preparing B. with; to prepare C. for; to prepare D. with; preparing
1. The man is very tired. He can’t walk any more.
The man is any more.
2. The room is too dark for us to read in.
The room isn’t to read in.
3. Jim is too young to go shopping alone.
Jim is too young to go shopping .
He is always .
It’s really impolite of you to .
The shoes are .
Ⅰ. 1. too busy to watch 2. early enough to join 3. old enough to take 4. too tall for you to ride
5. too short to ride 6. too dangerous for you to ride
Ⅱ. 1-5 BCBDD 6-10 DBABD
Ⅲ. 1. too tired to walk 2. bright enough for us 3. on his own 4. too careless to notice around
5. make noise in public 6. too small for me to wear