each / every
each other /
one another
eager / anxious / keen
earthly / earthy
economic / economical
effective / efficient
egoism / egotism
either...or /
elegy / eulogy
elicit / illicit
emigrate / immigrate / migrate
eminent / imminent
en route
enviable / envious
equable / equitable
ethical / moral
excuse me /
pardon me /
I'm sorry / apologize
extinguish /
put out / go out
A. enough 부사로 사용되는 경우에 부사, 형용사, 동사 뒤에서 부사, 형용사, 동사를 수식한다.
1. You aren't working hard enough.
2. I don't think those shoes are big enough for you.
3. It's getting late, and you two have talked enough for one day.
4. He isn't tall enough to reach the shelf.
5. He talks well enough for a baby.
6. Our car wasn't big enough for all of the suitcases.
7. Have you played enough?
8. She plays the piano well enough.
9. The song "Silent Night" is easy enough for a child to play.
10. I can't walk fast enough to keep up with you.
B. enough 형용사로 사용되는 경우에 명사 앞에서 명사를 수식한다.
1. We don't have enough chairs for everyone.
2. There is enough time to go shopping.
3. Are there enough seats for all.
4. There is enough room for three.
5. We have enough money to pay the bills.
6. Do we have enough books to go around?
7. Could you please move over?    I don't have enough room?
He talks well enough
for a baby.
There is enough time to go shopping.
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