Enough as a determiner
I don´t eat enough fruit to follow a balanced diet.
If you follow these simple rules, you will find it easy to know where to place enough in a sentence
We use ADJECTIVE + ENOUGH
I lost the race because I was not fast enough.
I am not fit enough to be an athlete.
My brother is not clever enough to go to university.
We use ENOUGH + NOUN
I do not have enough money to pay my bills.
My cousin did not do enough revision to pass the exams.
In my opinion, the teacher doesn´t give us enough homework,
Enough of + possessive adjectives and pronouns
I have had enough of your complaints.
I can´t stand my classmates, I have had enough of all of them.
Enough as a pronoun. Enough replaces the noun
I am not going to carry on, I have had enough.
Have you had enough to eat? = Have you had enough (food) to eat?
Expressions with enough:
Enough is enough = it is time to stop
Not enough = insufficient
Funnily enough = you will be surprised
Do not confuse too and enough: Too conveys a negative meaning
We use too + adjective or too + much/many + noun
I have drank too much beer and now I am too drunk = I should not have drunk so much.
Speaking questions with enough:
- Do you drink enough water each day?
- Are you happy enough to see the world positively?
- If you had enough money, would you quit your job?
- Are you clever enough to get a degree?
- Are you confident enough to approach strangers and start a conversation?
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