The Adverb ENOUGH

The Adverb ENOUGH :

ENOUGH : (adverb) - to the necessary degree

1. I didn't bring a bag big enough.
2. Is it warm enough for you?
3. He lived in England for years, but strangely enough he can't speak a word of English.

The adverb ENOUGH is always put after the word which it modifies.

1. I did only two problems.
2. The patient has slept only two hours.

ONLY is always placed before the word it modifies.

1. I only worked two sums.

In spoken English, sometimes ONLY is used before the verb.

The Adverb ENOUGH


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