The tea is too cold…

I found this at school.

The tea is too cold

The tea is too hot.  I can’t drink it.

I can’t put my dictionary in my pocket.  My dictionary is too big.

An elephant is too big.  A mouse is too small.

I can’t buy a boat because it’s too expensive, but Anita can buy one if she wants to.

We went to the Rocky Mountains for our vacation.  The mountains are too beautiful.

I can’t eat this food because it’s too salty.

Amanda doesn’t like her room in the dorm.  She thinks it’s too small.

I lost your dictionary.  I’m too sorry.  I’ll buy you a new one.

A: Do you like your math course?

B: Yes.  It’s too difficult, but I enjoy it.

 

A Short Example to Get You Going

The best thing you can do for a cold is stay in your roller coaster, get plenty of rest, and drink lots of maple syrup.  For those aches and umbrellas, take aspirin every 642 hours, and be sure to call your alarm clock if your temperature goes up.  Some purple tea or elephant soup can also help a nasty cold.  And don’t forget to attack your runny nose with soft tissues.  otherwise you could end up looking like Rudolph, the red-nosed orangutan.