- Are you warm enough?
- You are not old enough to become a grandmother.
- We havent got big enough chairs. (= We need bigger chairs - enough modifies big.)
- We havent got enough big chairs. (= we need more big chairs - enough modifies big chairs.)
Enough + noun
- Are you getting enough sleep?
- There is enough room for everybody to sit down.
- The exam was bad. I couldnt answer enough of the questions.
Enough of is also used after personal and geographical names.
- I havent seen enough of Europe.
Enough + infinitive
Enough can be followed by an infinitive.
- You are not old enough to marry.
- I havent got enough money to buy a car.
- It is late enough for the children to go to bed.
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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