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Too & Enough (with infinitives)

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Transcript of Too & Enough (with infinitives)

Too and Enough
(with infinitives)
He arrived
too

late

to see
the actors.
It was
too

big

to fit
in the suitcase.
I had
too many

books

to carry
.
There are
too many

people
to count
.
You’re
not

old

enough
to have grandchildren!
That movie´s
not

good

enough
to watch.
There
isn’t

enough

snow

to ski
on.
There
aren´t
enough

people

to do
it.
There’s not
enough money for Jane to pay
for the repairs.
Making cards is not hard
for me to do
.
enough
too
The words
too + enough
are often
used before infinitives
not
+
enough
+
noun
+ infinitive
Too much/many

+

noun

+
infinitive
Enough can also be used after a noun.
This usage is formal.
I've
patience

enough

to wait
for the queue.
He has
money

enough

to pay
for the cheque.
The infinitives phrase can be added by
for + a noun or pronoun
to show who perform the action of the infinitive.
too
+
adjective
+ to infinitive
too
+
adverb
+
to infinitive
This soup is
too

hot
to eat
.
She was
to
o
tired
to work
.
There’s
too much

snow

to go
out.
He´s got
too much
work
to do
.
(not)
+
adjective
+
enough
+ infinitive
Ken is
strong

enough

to lift
the box.
It is
small

enough

to get
through the gap.
I’ve got
enough

patience

to wait
in the queue.
She has
enoug
h
mone
y
to pa
y for the ticket.
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