Very, Too, Enough Difference, Free English Grammar Rules

Very - Too - Enough

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The following grammar notes show the difference uses (and word order) of Very, Too and Enough.

Very and Too + adjective

1. The exam is very difficult, but Jim can complete it.

2. The exam is too difficult. Jim can't complete it.

Very difficult = it is difficult but possible for Jim to complete the exam.

Too difficult = It is impossible for Jim to complete the exam.

Remember that Too implies a negative result.

Too + adjective + infinitive

Too + adjective + for (someone) + infinitive

Enough + noun

Enough (pronounced "enuff")

Enough = sufficient

Adjective + Enough

Enough + infinitive

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