Grammar revision. Put in too much, too many or (not) enough.

1. We've spent ... on alcohol this month. We must drink less whisky.
2. It's not really worth keeping the shop open - we aren't doing ... business.
3. You've really got ... cats - you should give some of them away.
4. I don't even want to read the newspaper any more. It's too depressing: there's ... bad news.
5. I've had ... bad luck in my life; I think it's time for some good luck.
6. I've done ... favours for her; she thinks I should do everything for her now.
7. He tells ... jokes; he should be more serious.
8. Don't worry - there are ... jobs to keep everybody busy.
9. We haven't had ... news about the accident to know whether it's really serious or not.
10. His books are far too serious for me; there's ... humour in them.

Proszę Was byście odpowiadali prawdziwie i bezbłędnie OK, i jak najszybciej. Z góry dzięki.

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1. We've spent too much on alcohol this month. We must drink less whisky.
2. It's not really worth keeping the shop open - we aren't doing enough business.
3. You've really got too many cats - you should give some of them away.
4. I don't even want to read the newspaper any more. It's too depressing: there's too many bad news.
5. I've had enough bad luck in my life; I think it's time for some good luck.
6. I've done enough favours for her; she thinks I should do everything for her now.
7. He tells too many jokes; he should be more serious.
8. Don't worry - there are enough jobs to keep everybody busy.
9. We haven't had enough news about the accident to know whether it's really serious or not.
10. His books are far too serious for me; there's too much humour in them