(a) Место enough в предложении:
Enough стоит после прилагательных и наречий:
- He didn't get job because he wasn't experienced enough. (но не `enough experienced')
- You won't pass the examination if you don't work hard enough.
- She can't get married yet. She's not old enough.
Enough стоит перед существительными:
- He didn't get the job because he didn't have enough experience. (но не `experience enough')
- I'd like to go on holiday but I haven't enough money.
- Some of us had to sit on the floor because there weren't enough chairs.
Вы также можете употреблять слово enough само по себе (без существительного):
- I'll lend you some money if you haven't got enough.
(b) После enough и too можно сказать for someone/something:
- I haven't got enough money for a holiday.
- He wasn't experienced enough for the job.
- This shirt is too big for me. I need a smaller size.
Однако, обычно мы не говорим `enough/too...for doing something'. Мы употребляем to + infinitive после enough и too.
Так мы говорим `enough money to do something', `old enough to do something', `too young to do something' и т.д.:
- I haven't got enough money to go on holiday. (но не `for going')
- He wasn't experienced enough to do the job.
- She's only sixteen. She's not old enough to get married. (или She's too young to get married.)
- Let's get a taxi. It's too far to walk.
- There weren't enough chairs for everyone to sit down.
- The weather wasn't nice enough to go swimming.
- He spoke too quickly for us to understand.
(c) Мы говорим:
- The food was so hot that we couldn't eat it. и: The food was very hot. We couldn't eat it.
или мы говорим:
- The food was too hot to eat. (without `it')
Вот еще несколько примеров, как этот:
- That picture is too heavy to hang on the wall.
- I had to carry my wallet in my hand. It was too big to put in my pocket.
- The water wasn't clean enough to swim in.