- before adjectives (too + adjective):
Charles is too short to reach the book on the top shelf.
- or after adjectives (adjective + enough):
Charles isn't tall enough to reach the book on the top shelf.
But Mike is tall enough to do that.
- before nouns (enough + noun):
I haven't got enough money to buy a new computer yet.
There are enough seats in the bus for everyone.
- before adverbs (too + adverb):
Pat ran too slowly to win the race.
- or after adverbs (adverb + enough):
Pat didn't ran fast enough to win the race.
But Sue ran fast enough to achieve her victory.
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