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Thread: Enough


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    #21
    o~ i c
    it is maths (math)....

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    #22
    It's word order- enough + noun, as opposed to adjective\adverb + enough.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Firelord
    can math be counted?
    maths?! wow!
    what do you mean?
    " maths " is the abbreviation for "mathematics." :wink:

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    #24
    'Maths' is used uncountably.

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    can u show me the difference beween "enough" and "adequate", I meant, in which cases we use enough, and how about "adequate"?

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    #26
    'Adequate' is more formal, so yousee banks making 'adequate provision' for bad debts, etc.

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    thanks a lot !! Can I ask you one thing making me confused , please show me which of these sentences is more suitable :
    1/ A doctor is a good job .
    2/ Doctor is a good job .
    3/ Being a doctor is a good job

    Or give me a hint for that .

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    Quote Originally Posted by cherish
    thanks a lot !! Can I ask you one thing making me confused , please show me which of these sentences is more suitable :
    1/ A doctor is a good job .
    2/ Doctor is a good job .
    3/ Being a doctor is a good job

    Or give me a hint for that .
    #3 is the only correct version.

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    hei to all, i m new user ....so ,i hope,this forum will help me ..
    thanx...to all...[img][/img]

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    Hi, Miss Sani!



    Yes, I think we can help.

    :)

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