lexass girlie if you try to read what was Nad1a's point from saying:
and then highlighting the INSTRUCTIONS,
Enough is also used with adjectives and adverbs:
“We didn't have enough time to visit London Bridge.” (TIME – noun)
“Is there enough milk for breakfast?”(MILK – noun)
“She has enough talent to become an international singing star.” (TALENT – noun)
MY POINT IS AND WHICH IS PRETTY CLEAR AND EASIER FOR ALL THE LEARNERS TO UNDERSTAND, IF THE SIMPLE RULE IS TOO DIFFICULT FOR BOTH OF YOU TO UNDERSTAND THEN IT'S NOT MY PROBLEM. I haven't said her EXAMPLES WERE BAD OR WRONG, read read read.
I have stated the references which will help everyone to know the proper usage. You can make your own lesson elsewhere. Following instruction is just easy as ABC.. girl.. better ask CAMBRIDGE UNIVERSITY if you have further difficulties.
Hello! I am new in this forum. I am a ESL student and I have found very hellful this notes from you. Thanks. Besides, Let tell guys that I am interested in improve my spoken Englis because I will take the TOEFL possibly for July. So, please, please I hope that somebody in that side can talk to me.