Lesson 78. Too & Enough

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Keeping the same idea, rewrite the too sentences using enough, and the enough sentences using too.

For example:

The shoes are too big.
The shoes aren't small enough.

Questions and Answers
  • 1. 

    I am too tall for this jeans.

    The correct answer is "I am not short enough for this jeans" or "I'm not short enough for this jeans" because it implies that the person's height is not suitable for the jeans. The phrase "not short enough" suggests that the person is taller than what the jeans are designed for.

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  • 2. 

    This test is too difficult for me.

    The correct answer is "This test isn't easy enough for me." and "This test is not easy enough for me." because both sentences convey the same meaning. They express the idea that the test is too challenging for the person speaking. The use of "isn't" and "is not" is interchangeable and both phrases convey the negative sentiment. Additionally, the phrase "easy enough" implies that the person believes the test should be easier than it currently is.

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  • 3. 

    The tea is too hot to drink.

    The correct answer is "The tea isn't cool enough to drink." or "The tea is not cool enough to drink." or "The tea isn't cold enough to drink." or "The tea is not cold enough to drink." This answer suggests that the temperature of the tea is too high for it to be consumed comfortably.

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  • 4. 

    She felt too weak to do it.

    The person in question was lacking physical strength or energy, which made it impossible for them to perform the task.

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  • 5. 

    I am too old for that.

    The correct answer is "I am not young enough for that." or "I'm not young enough for that." This statement implies that the speaker feels they are too old to engage in or participate in a certain activity or situation. They believe that their age does not allow them to be suitable or appropriate for that particular thing.

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  • 6. 

    This computer is too slow.

    The correct answer is "This computer isn't fast enough." or "This computer is not fast enough." Both sentences convey the same meaning, indicating that the computer's speed is not sufficient. The use of "isn't" or "is not" emphasizes the lack of speed, while "fast enough" implies that the computer falls short of the desired level of speed.

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  • 7. 

    This book is too boring for me.

    The correct answer is "This book isn't interesting enough for me" or "This book is not interesting enough for me." Both of these phrases convey the same meaning, expressing that the book lacks sufficient interest or fails to captivate the individual. The word "enough" implies that the level of interest falls short of what is desired or expected.

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