Enough exercise

July 7, 2013pdf

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1. My aunt is rich enough …………………… buy a Ferrari.

a) for her to

b) to

c) for

d) that she can

2. We haven’t got …………………….. to go on holiday.

a) money enough

b) enough money

c) too much money

d) so much money

3. He can’t run very fast. He is not …………………….

a) fit enough

b) too fit

c) enough fit

d) fit though

4. The meat is good enough …………………. buy.

a) to

b) for us to

c) for we

d) and

Sentence correction

Find the part that contains the error.

5. She is not (a) / enough old (b) / to be a grandmother (c). No error (d)

6. The day was (a) / warm enough (b) / that we could go out (c). No error (d)

7. Choose the correct sentence.

a) The problem was easy enough for me to solve.

b) The problem was enough easy for me to solve.

c) The problem was easy enough for I to solve.

d) The problem was easy enough to solve.

Combine the following pairs of sentences.

8. They are very rich. They can buy a luxury car.

a) They are rich enough to buy a luxury car.

b) They are rich enough for them to buy a luxury car.

c) They are enough rich to buy a luxury car.

d) They are too rich enough to buy a luxury car.

9. William plays very cleverly. So his team will win the game.

a) William plays cleverly enough to win the game.

b) William plays cleverly enough for his team to win.

c) William plays enough clever for his team to win.

d) William plays so clever enough for his team to win.

Answers

1. My aunt is rich enough to buy a Ferrari.

2. We haven’t got enough money to go on holiday.

3. He is not fit enough.

4. The meat is good enough for us to buy.

5. Part (b): It should be ‘old enough’

6. Part (c): It should be ‘for us to go out’

7. The problem was easy enough for me to solve.

8. They are rich enough to buy a luxury car.

9. William plays cleverly enough for his team to win.

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