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how is the word order when do question with enough? #1 (permalink) Thu Nov 08, 2007 16:43 pm   how is the word order when do question with enough?
 

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ESL/EFL Test #248 "Enough, a lot and too (1)", question 3

You seem a little cranky today. Did you get ......... sleep last night?

(a) enough
(b) a lot
(c) too

English Language Tests, Intermediate level

ESL/EFL Test #248 "Enough, a lot and too (1)", answer 3

You seem a little cranky today. Did you get enough sleep last night?

Correct answer: (a) enough

Your answer was: correct
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how is the word order when do question with enough?

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Enough #2 (permalink) Thu Nov 08, 2007 18:57 pm   Enough
 

Hi Linke,
That's a good question. Enough typically goes in front of the noun it refers to. In the test question, "sleep" is the noun that enough refers to.
Here's another example:
"There aren't donuts enough for everyone." WRONG
"There aren't enough donuts for everyone." RIGHT
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