TOO / ENOUGH
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Too and enough indicate degree. They are used with adjectives.
- Too means more than what is needed.
- Enough means sufficient.
He is too old to play football with the kids.
Dave is intelligent enough to do the write thing.
You're not working fast enough
I don't have enough time.
He has too many friends.
She has got too much patience
Use of too and enough
1.Enough precedes adjectives and adverbs:PRACTISE TEST
He isn't old enough to watch this program.
We're not walking quickly enough.
Choose the correct option, then write it on the form below
- I left the coffee for a minute to cool because it was hot to drink.
- He wasn't strong to lift that heavy box.
- There aren't policemen in our town.
- Do you have information to help me with this problem?
- It is difficult to do for a little child.
- I do not have much time to prepare dinner.
- I didn't buy the car because it was expensive.
- He didn't work hard to pass the exam.
- My mum can't sleep because she drinks much coffee.
- She isn't old to start driving.
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