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Hi this is Tutor Nick P and this is Lesson 314 . The title of today's lesson
is "When Enough is an Adjective Place It Before the Noun" or at least
most of the time it's probably better. So let's look at the note. When enough is
used as an adjective, it usually goes before the noun , and it's often used in
sentences that begin with there is or there are.
All right. So let's look at some examples. The amount of seats are not enough for
the guests. It's a little awkward. It's not quite proper. Would it be understood ?
Yeah. It would be understood. It wouldn't be confusing. A westerner would
understand this if you said it this way, but let's look at the check here. This
would be more proper. This is more correct this is more common to say there are not
enough seats for the guests very simple. But the amount of seats are not enough
for the guests it's a little ... it's a little awkward . It's not quite right.
It's not the best English. Even though it would be understood. The same thing with all
these examples here. The money is not enough for a trip. I don't know you know,
sometimes in an awkward way well we're thinking it might come out this way. But
it's much better to say there's not enough money for a trip, very very clear,
very concise, very short. That's the better way to say it. Or again with the X.
The time is not enough for us to visit her. Again all these would be understood,
but it's better to say it this way. There's not enough time to visit her.
Very common. Okay. Anyway, I hope you got it. I hope it's clear. Thank you for your
time. Bye-bye.


Tutor Nick P Lesson (314) When Enough is Used as Adjective it Usually Goes Before the Noun

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