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He is not tall enough to ride the roller coaster yet? #1 (permalink) Thu Oct 15, 2009 21:06 pm   He is not tall enough to ride the roller coaster yet?
 

English Grammar Tests, Elementary Level

ESL/EFL Test #145 "Using Adjectives (1)", question 1

He is not tall enough to ride the roller coaster yet. He is too ..........

(a) high
(b) short
(c) bright
(d) dull

English Grammar Tests, Elementary Level

ESL/EFL Test #145 "Using Adjectives (1)", answer 1

He is not tall enough to ride the roller coaster yet. He is too short.

Correct answer: (b) short
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He is not tall enough to ride the roller coaster yet? #2 (permalink) Thu Oct 15, 2009 21:52 pm   He is not tall enough to ride the roller coaster yet?
 

Hello,
Yes, "he is not tall enough to ride the roller coaster yet" (maybe he is a child and will grow in the future but, right now, he is too short to ride the roller coaster).
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