How has your week been so far? Mine…cold and grey – winter is here!! 😉
Just a reminder that our weekly Vlog is all about you! It is to help English learners like you learn real, relevant and meaningful English.
So in this week’s Roll your English VLOG, we look at the common mistake of using the word ENOUGH…
What is that mistake and HOW can you fix it?
Start watching or keep on reading! 😉
Which one is correct and WHY?
“I have time enough OR I have enough time?”
THE SECOND ONE!
If you use enough with a NOUN, the word enough has to come BEFORE the noun:
Enough + noun
And in this case:
“I am strong enough OR I am enough strong?”
THE FIRST ONE!
If you use enough with an ADJECTIVE, the word enough has to come AFTER the adjective:
Adjective + enough
An extremely common mistake…with a very simple explanation!
I hope I have explained this WELL ENOUGH and you have had ENOUGH TIME to read until here! 😉
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Have a wonderful-wintery-week!
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