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Monday, June 5, 2017

Grammar Exercise Too, Enough and So…That

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Grammar Exercise - Too, Enough and So…That
The adverbs too and enough are used to indicate excess or sufficiency.
In these sentence structures, enough is always placed after the adjective it qualifies while too is placed before the adjective. Enough and too are followed by infinitive phrases (to + verb). Sometimes they are also followed by a phrase beginning with for.
Fill in the blanks with an appropriate word or phrase.
1. She wasn't .......................... to be discouraged by some of her teachers.
too weak
weak enough
Either could be used here
2. She soon grew ......................... to manage without a hearing aid.
so deaf
too deaf
deaf enough
3. The task was ............................ for any teenager fresh from a Scottish farm.
enough daunting
daunting enough
Either could be used here
4. Rahul was .......................... busy that he could not talk to me.
too
so
enough
All of the above
5. The car is ........................... to seat six people.
too large
so large
large enough
6. He walked ............................ fast that I could not catch up with him.
too
so
enough
7. She is ............................ to buy a car.
enough rich
rich enough
too rich
8. He was ......................... proud to apologize.
too
so
enough
9. None of the mangoes is .............................. to be eaten.
ripe enough
enough ripe
so ripe
10. She has ............................. many students in her class that she cannot give them individual attention.
too
so
very
11. He is ................................ to solve the problem.
enough intelligent
intelligent enough
too intelligent
12. The light was not .............................. for one to see things clearly.
enough bright
bright enough
too bright
very bright
Answers
1. She wasn’t weak enough / too weak to be discouraged by some of her teachers.
2. She soon grew too deaf to manage without a hearing aid.
3. The task was daunting enough for any teenager fresh from a Scottish farm.
4. Rahul was so busy that he could not talk to me.
5. The car is large enough to seat six people.
6. He walked so fast that I could not catch up with him.
7. She is rich enough to buy a car.
8. He was too proud to apologize.
9. None of the mangoes is ripe enough to be eaten.
10. She has so many students in her class that she cannot give them individual attention.
11. He is intelligent enough to solve the problem.
12. The light was not bright enough for one to see things clearly.


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