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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #89637: Too / Enough
    > Other English exercises on the same topics: Quantities | Frequent mistakes [Change theme]
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    Too / Enough

    • We use too to mean 'more than is needed or wanted; or more than is suitable or enough'
      • Too comes before the adjective
    • We use enough to mean 'as much as is necessary; in the amount or to the degree needed'
      • + Enough comes after the adjective


    - It's too cold to swim.

    - It isn't hot enough to swim


    Complete the sentences with Too or Enough.

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    1. The student can't buy the book. It's expensive.
    2. The students could not finish the test. It was long.
    3. I could not answer the question. It wasn't easy .
    4. The boy isn't tall to reach the shelf.
    5. The box is heavy for the porter to lift.
    6. We can't hear the television. It isn't loud .
    7. He is poor to satisfy all his needs.
    8. The man can't see the sun. The sky isn't clear .
    9. Voltaire's Candide is challenging for the students to grasp.
    10. We can't get into this small car. It isn't big .

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