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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #106085: Difference between Too and Enough
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    Difference between Too and Enough

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    1. Alex didn't have money to buy a car.

    2. Mary was independent to get married.

    3. These mangoes weren't ripe . I didn't buy them.

    4. These vegetables were green to be eaten.

    5. Hellen has made many mistakes in this exercise.

    6. Maeva worked poorly to pass an exam.

    7. Is she clever to go to university?

    8. He was fat to run fast. He should be careful when eating.

    9. A snail is slow to cover that distance all alone.

    10. Ben didn't run fast to win the race. What a shame!

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