- 1 Post By Raymott
enough . . . to
1. There are not enough experienced political figures left for the President to . . . .
2. He has quite enough athletic talent to . . . .
3. There's not enough of the green paint left for us to . . . .
Why do we use of in the third sentence and not in the first or second one?
Re: enough . . . to
You could say: 3. There's not enough green paint ... ", which would be cognate with your other sentences.
Originally Posted by nyota
When you add "the", you have to use "of the".
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