by Liz Walter
I’ll start with the position of enough in the sentence.
When we use it with a noun, it goes before the noun:
We have enough time to complete the work.
Do we have enough pens for everyone?
We have time enough to complete the work.
When we use enough with an adjective or an adverb, it goes after the adjective or adverb:
Is this coat big enough for Tom?
Can you get there quickly enough?
Is this coat enough big for Tom? Continue reading “Avoiding common errors with the word enough.”