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Enough vs. Too

Enough to shows sufficiency and has a positive meaning. He is strong enough to lift that box. The boy is clever enough to understand it. We are not rich enough to buy a car. Was he foolish enough to listen to her? Too...

The Adverb Too

The adverb too goes before the adjectives and adverbs it modifies. She drives too fast. She spoke too slowly. The weather was too hot. Her performance was too lousy. The adverb too is often followed by an infinitive structure. She is too...

Very vs. Too

Very means ‘to a great degree’. It is used with an adjective or another adverb in the positive degree. He is very nice. He is a very nice boy. He did it very nicely. It is very cold. She is very...

Too vs. To

Too Too means more than is good or desirable. It is too hot to go out now. The hat is too large for me. You smoke too much. Too can mean ‘also’. It is generally used at the end of a sentence....