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Too or Enough
We use 'too' when we want to express a quality in excess.'Too' is an adverb followed by adjectives or adverbs.
The exercise is too difficult to do.
He's too young to drive.
'Enough' expresses sufficiency.It comes before nouns or after adjectives.
My brother isn't tall enough to reach the shelf.
She is rich enough to buy that dress.
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