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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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