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  • 1. Too? OrEnough?
  • 2. Too / Enough?They are adverb of degree which tellus about the degree (how much) ofan action, an adjective or anotheradverb.Common adverbs of degree:E.g. very, quite, too, enough ….
  • 3. Toomeans more than necessaryE.g. There are too many people on this train, there is nowhere to sit.E.g. You have too much money, donate some to the charity, please.
  • 4. Too ≠ Verytoo = more than enough, more thannecessary or more than wantedE.g. It was very cold, but we went out.E.g. It was too cold to go out, so we stayed at home.
  • 5. Enoughenough means "sufficient"E.g. Your clothes are big enough tofit me.E.g. Have you got enough money to buy that coat?
  • 6. Enough in a negative sentence, means "less than sufficient" or "less than necessary" E.g. Sorry, I havent got enough food for everyoneE.g. He is not tall enough to be a policeman.
  • 7. Enough usually follows its adjective E.g. He is not tall enough to be a policeman.E.g. He is not enough tall to be a policeman.
  • 8. The End