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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #106174: Too and Enough
    > Other English exercises on the same topics: Frequent mistakes | Quantities [Change theme]
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    Too and Enough


     Too and enough

    Too means more than sufficient or more than necessary.

    Example: She was too terrified to move.


    But enough, (as you may guess ) means the opposite: sufficient .

    Example: Jade is intelligent enough to solve the problem.


    Very easy lesson, isn't it? Now, it's time to practise!


    (Note: we often use too before adjectives or adverbs, and enough after adjectives or adverbs or before nouns. You can also find too before nouns if there is much or many in the sentence:

    EX: There are too many people on this bus).





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    1. You are not old to understand such a serious problem.

    2. His trousers are small for him. He needs some new ones,

    3. The package is thick to put through the letterbox. You need to take it to the post office.

    4. I don't have time to finish my project before Monday.

    5. I am not tall to change the light bulb. You have to ask Dad.

    6. He is irresponsible to hand it in on time.

    7. The ladder wasn't long to reach the balcony.

    8. The coffee is hot so be careful not to burn your tongue.

    9. This car isn't fast to get to the airport on time. We need to take the express train,

    10. They are not brave to face us after what they've done!









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