The word enough can be used as an adjective or adverb. As an adjective, it modifies a noun. As an adverb it modifies an adjective or another adverb.
When enough modifies an adjective or adverb, it goes after that adjective/adverb.
When enough modifies a noun, it goes before the noun.
Complete the following sentences.
1. I have bought —————–
a) enough milk
b) milk enough
2. She is ——————- to do things on her own.
a) enough old
b) old enough
3. The water is ——————– to go swimming.
a) warm enough
b) enough warm
4. You aren’t running ——————–
a) enough fast
b) fast enough
5. There isn’t ——————– left.
a) enough rice
b) rice enough
6. There weren’t ——————– in the class.
a) students enough
b) enough students
7. He was ——————— to trust her.
a) enough stupid
b) stupid enough
8. There weren’t ——————-
a) enough chairs
b) chairs enough
9. There aren’t ——————— in the library.
a) enough books
b) books enough
1. I have bought enough milk.
2. She is old enough to do things on her own.
3. The water is warm enough to go swimming.
4. You aren’t running fast enough.
5. There isn’t enough rice left.
6. There weren’t enough students in the class.
7. He was stupid enough to trust her.
8. There weren’t enough chairs.
9. There aren’t enough books in the library.