Correct Usage of The Adverb ENOUGH



Correct Usage of The Adverb ENOUGH :



The meaning of ENOUGH is quite ditferent from that of TOO. ENOUGH signifies that the proper limit or amount has been reached. But TOO means more than enough - that is, that the proper limit has been exceeded.

Whenever ENOUGH is used as an Adverb, it is placed after the word that it qualifies.

The air today is cold enough for me.
The air is as cold as I wish it to be

Your pay is high enough for your work.
Your pay is as high as it should be for your work.

He is now strong enough to leave his bed.
He is as strong as he should be before leaving his bed.

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