Too or Enough
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Too vs Enough Exercise 2
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It’s used to indicate that something is more or less than necessary.
It always has a negative meaning
Too + adjective or adverb
This exam is too hard.
That box is too small.
He drives too fast.
Too + adjective or adverb + to do something
This exam is too hard to pass.
That box is too heavy to carry.
My brother is too young to drive.
Too + many + plural noun
There are too many people in this party.
We have too many questions to solve.
Too + much + uncountable noun
We have too much work to do.
There is too much noise.
It’s used to indicate that something is as much or as many as needed; so, unless we use it with a negative structure, it has a positive meaning.
Adjective or adverb + enough
Is your bed comfortable enough?
My car is luxurious enough.
My wife is beautiful enough.
Adjective or adverb + enough + to do something.
Is your house comfortable enough to live?
We are wealthy enough to buy that car.
He runs fast enough to catch me.
They are not smart enough to beat us in chess.
Enough + plural noun
I have got enough bananas.
There are enough people to help me.
Enough + uncountable noun
I have enough money.
There is enough milk in the fridge.
Too/Enough Quick Exercise
Choose too or enough
Too vs Enough Exercise 2
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