Too vs Enough Exercise 2


Complete the exercise with Too or Enough

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Too / Enough

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Too vs Enough Exercise 1
1. It's heavy for me to carry.

2. We have money to buy that house.

3. The weather is cold to go fishing.

4. She is smart to solve that problem.

5. Do you think I am tall to play professional basketball?

6. We are tired to study.

7. I feel fast to win this race.

8. My son is strong to lift that box.

9. You are old to drive by yourself.

10. Daniel and Lucas are busy to visit us.

11. It’s difficult to explain you this.

12. That tree is high for me to climb.

13. Those shoes are expensive to buy.

14. We have food.

15. She speaks English well .

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