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Examples and uses of too and enough

Examples and uses of too and enough

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  • 1. MARÍA GUADALUPE GARCÍA
  • 2. TOO,ENOUGH
    • Too or Enough Too and enough can be used to describe the same thing.  The following are examples.
    • 1.  The boy cannot lift the box. The boy is too small.
    • 2.  The boy cannot lift the box. The boy isn't big enough.
    • Statement 1 and Statement 2 both say the same thing in a different way.
    • The first statement says that the boy is too small.
    • The second statement says that the boy isn't big enough. Too small and not big enough are different ways of saying the same thing.
  • 3. T OO,EN OUGH
    • Making sentences with too or enough is not very hard.
    • Let's start with the sentence:  The man cannot reach the box. There are two ways of writing the second sentence.
    • The first one is:  He is too short.
    • The second one is:  He isn't tall enough.
  • 4. TOO,ENOUGH
    • The first sentence is made by explaining why he cannot reach the box.  The man is short.  Too is put in front of the adjective and it means that the man is short, so short in fact, that he cannot reach the box.
    • The second sentence is made also by explaining why he cannot reach the box. To form a second statement:
  • 5. TOO,ENOUGH
    • Start with the same subject used in the first sentence.
    • Next, create a sentence where the negative of the verb is used.  Isn't becomes is, is becomes isn't.
    • Then, use the opposite of the adjective used in the first statement.  Tall is the opposite of short.
    • Last, place the word enough behind the adjective.
  • 6. TOO,ENOUGH
    • We cannot have a picnic today.  The lawn is too wet. We cannot have a picnic today.  The lawn isn't dry enough.
    • The lady cannot read her book.  It is too obscure. The lady cannot read her book.  It isn't light enough.
    • The man cannot put on the pants.  The pants are too small. The man cannot put on the pants.  The pants aren't big enough.

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