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"big enough" vs. "enough big"



 
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"big enough" vs. "enough big" #1 (permalink) Sun Mar 05, 2006 15:39 pm   "big enough" vs. "enough big"
 

English Grammar Tests, Elementary Level

ESL/EFL Test #51 "English Grammar Exercise", question 8

Our table is ......... for 8 people.

(a) big
(b) enough big
(c) a lot big
(d) big enough

English Grammar Tests, Elementary Level

ESL/EFL Test #51 "English Grammar Exercise", answer 8

Our table is big enough for 8 people.

Correct answer: (d) big enough

Your answer was: incorrect
Our table is enough big for 8 people.
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why big enough ant not enough big?

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Big enough #2 (permalink) Mon Mar 06, 2006 15:51 pm   Big enough
 

'Enough' as an adverb meaning 'sufficiently' goes after adjectives and adverbs.

Examples:

This essay is not good enough.

The garage is large enough for two cars.

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