Enough + Noun

Enough is placed before the noun, to indicate the quantity required or necessary:

Examples

  • There is enough bread for lunch.
  • She has enough money.

Enough is also used with adjectives and adverbs – see these sections.

Examples

  • We didn’t have enough time to visit London Bridge.
  • Are there enough eggs to make an omelette?
  • Richard has enough talent to become a singing star.

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