Intensifiers: enough, too
We use enough to express that something is or isn’t the right degree or amount. We put it after an adjective or verb.
It’s adjective + enough in positive sentences and questions or not + adjective + enough in negative sentences.
Is it warm enough for you in here?
He doesn’t sleep enough. That’s why he’s always tired.
We put enough before a noun.
It’s enough + noun in positive sentences and questions or not + enough + noun in negative sentences.
Do we have enough money to go abroad this year?
There aren’t enough knives and forks for all the guests.
Sentences with enough are sometimes followed by to + verb infinitive.
She’s definitely smart enough to become director.
There aren’t enough players to make a team.