Too or enough

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Too or enough

  1. 1. Too? OrEnough?
  2. 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. 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. 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. 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. 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. 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. 8. The End

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