Too and Enough
Too and enough indicate degree. They are used with adjectives.
Too means more than what is needed. Enough means sufficient.
He is too short to play basketball with the professional team.Ricky is intelligent enough to do the writing assignment without help.You're not driving fast enough I don't have enough money.
Use of too and enough
1. Adjectives and adverbs precede ENOUGH:
He isn't old enough to watch this film.
We're not driving quickly enough.
2.Enough may also precede nouns:
We have enough money .
I have not got enough money to buy this computer.
3.Too comes before adjectives and adverbs:
It's too hot to wear that jacket.
I was driving too slowly.
1. The music the extra-terrestrial likes is ______________________ (NOISY)
2. The cat got ____________________ (EXCITED) while listening to the ET's favorite song.
3. Her car is _______________ (MODERN) if compared with the cars we have nowadays.
4. Apparently, it is ______________ (EASY) to drive one of those cars without difficulties.
5. The song is _________________ (GOOD) for him to remain quiet.
6. He wasn't __________________ (CAREFUL) and opened the car door by accident.
7. Does he have __________________ (STRENGTH) to survive the accident?
8. Will she have __________________ (TIME) to save him?
1. TOO NOISY
2. TOO EXCITED
3. TOO MODERN
4. EASY ENOUGH
5. TOO GOOD
6. CAREFUL ENOUGH
7. ENOUGH STRENGTH
8. ENOUGH TIME
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