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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #4102: Adverbs of degree
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    Adverbs of degree




    Enough means a satisfactory amount or degree

    Too means more than enough, an excessive amount or degree

    Very means something is done to a high degree, it is usually factual

    comes after adjectives and adverbs, and before nouns

    Comes before adjectives

    Comes before adjectives or other adverbs

    This jacket isn't big enough for me.

    We have enough money to buy our own apartment

    Our apartment is too small for us

    He finishes his work very quickly

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    1. The hot and sour pork was spicy for me to eat.

    2. I am just tired to keep on working.

    3. Is this box light for you to carry ?

    4. Thank you much for your nice words.

    5. Do you have money for emergencies ?

    6. How much calcium is to prevent bone loss ?

    7. Don't worry about your mother, she'll be home soon.

    8. I'm interested in everyone's opinion, so I'll appreciate your view.

    9. We don't get enough sleep because we have much homework to do.

    10. High-definition televisions are much expensive for the average American consumer.

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