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Information about Too/enough

Published on February 18, 2014

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too / enough. Short chart.

TOO / ENOUGH TOO + ADJECTIVE/ADVERB EXCESSIVE (more than necessary) This jacket is too expensive. I’m not going to buy it. No way! It’s too cold to go swimming. Let’s go to the cinema instead. The test was too difficult. I don’t think I’ll pass. You are too young to go to a disco. You must be 18 to get in. Come on! You are too old to ride the Merry-Go-Round. ADJECTIVE/ADVERB + ENOUGH SUFFICIENT You are not working hard enough. If you don’t study more, you won’t pass your tests. He is not tall enough to be in the basketball team. I will never be rich enough to buy that house. Come on! You are not small enough to get through that hole. You will never reach the other side.

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