So, do you think I know enough?
Bob today I don't have much time to go outside, I need to Math practice.
is the above sentence is correct?, if it is, can I use enough instead much and why?
Bob, today I don't have much time to go outside; I need to practice Math.
HI every one:
I am new.
i want to ask you
do you have any link for explaning this word.
Would this help?
Originally Posted by ghamka1f
You can use enough there. For example:
Originally Posted by rauf
- I don't have enough time for that. I have to stay in and practice math.
Most of the time, however, we would probably say I don't have time to do that instead of I don't have enough time to do that.
Just to add a British English note- we spell the verb 'practise' and we say 'maths'.
can math be counted?
what do you mean?
We don't count it:
Maths is difficult. (BE)