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Enough

 

1 Enough comes after adjectives (without nouns) and adverbs.


adjective/adverb + enough

 

Is it warm enough for you? (NOT ... enough warm ...)

You’re not driving fast enough.

2 Enough comes before nouns.


Enough (+ adjective) + noun

 

Have you got enough milk? (NOT ... enough of milk.)

There isn’t enough blue paint left.

We use enough of before pronouns and determiners (for example the, my, this).


Enough of + pronoun

 

We didn’t buy enough of them.


Enough of + determiner ( + adjective) + noun

 

The exam was bad. I couldn’t answer enough of the questions.

Have we got enough of those new potatoes?

3 We can use an infinitive structure after enough.


… enough… + infinitive

 

She’s old enough to do what she wants.

I haven’t got enough money to buy a car.


… enough … + for + object + infinitive

 

It’s late enough for us to stop work.

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