The school year is coming to an end and it is obviously full of hurdles (What does this word mean? In the school context it would be our final exams). Have a look at these two interesting phrases to learn:
To fall at the first hurdle (BBC Learning English)
A pain in the neck (BBC Learning English) >>> Note that they use this phrase to refer to some students. Which ones?
Going forward (another expression to learn), it would be interesting for you to keep all these phrases in a document so that you could learn them easily.
Have you noticed the use of 'ENOUGH'? Remember:
ENOUGH + nouns (both countable and uncountable nouns) >>> I've got enough time to study for my exams. There are enough chairs for everybody.
Adjectives/Adverbs + ENOUGH >>>> The exercise was easy enough for me to do it. Fernando Alonso didn't drive fast enough to win the race.
And also remember the uses of TOO (which are identycal to the uses of SO):
TOO + adj/adv >>>> The book is too long for me to read it in one week. He walks too slowly.
TOO + much/many + nouns >>> Messi has got too much money. There are too many chairs.