Enough to and too...to
Enough to shows sufficiency and has a positive meaning.
- He is strong enough to lift that box.
- The boy is clever enough to understand this.
- We are not rich enough to buy a car.
- He was foolish enough to listen to her.
- She was too tired to walk.
- This is too good to be true.
- The coffee is too hot for me to drink.
Note that She was too tired to walk means She was so tired that she could not walk.
Each and every
East, eastern, south, southern etc New!
Either and neither
Elder and eldest
End and finish
Especially and specially
Except and except for
Exchange for and exchange with
Ex and former
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