What is enough sentence?
[M] [T] He had barely enough to eat. [M] [T] She isn't good enough for him. [M] [T] He is old enough to drive a car. [M] [T] He is old enough to travel alone. [M] [T] She was stupid enough to believe him.
The time for that has now gone; and enough is enough. They have high bills for heat, light and power and when the rate demands arrive they say that enough is enough. I have to say firmly that enough is enough. After seven years of membership, enough is enough.
Answer: Place enough after an adjective or adverb, but before a noun. Margaret isn't well enough to attend. The restaurant didn't have enough staff.
Meaning of enough in English. as much as is necessary; in the amount or to the degree needed: Is there enough dessert/Are there enough desserts for everyone?
Definition of enough is enough
—used to say that one wants something to stop because one can no longer accept or deal with it I don't mind lending her a bit of money now and then, but enough is enough!
One way to know when enough is enough in a relationship is if you realize that your partner does not value you. When couples value each other, their mutual love and respect become stronger. If your partner values you, they will always seek your consent on crucial matters.
1 To answer the question, this is enough.
Some common synonyms of enough are adequate, competent, and sufficient. While all these words mean "being what is necessary or desirable," enough is less exact in suggestion than sufficient.
When enough stands alone following the verb to be, or other verbs, it is being used as a pronoun. See below. Enough can qualify count nouns in the plural, or non count nouns (which are by definition in the singular). Enough cannot normally be used to qualify a count noun in the singular.
How can I use make in a sentence?
[M] [T] I'm going to make a cake for Mary's birthday. [M] [T] He tried to make his wife happy, but couldn't. [M] [T] I asked her to make four copies of the letter. [M] [T] I checked to make sure that he was still alive.
Enough is one of those words that can be used as an adjective and an adverb. The adverb enough is used to modify an adjective. In this case, it goes after the adjective it modifies. She is old enough to earn a living.