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    #1

    exactly enough?

    Hi,

    Can you say: "I didn't have much money with me but luckily i had exactly enough money to buy a train ticket home"

    Thanks

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    Re: exactly enough?

    Quote Originally Posted by TheShadow View Post
    Hi,

    Can you say: "I didn't have much money with me but luckily i had exactly enough money to buy a train ticket home"

    Thanks
    It's OK if you delete the second "money" and capitalise "I", as below. I would prefer "just" to "exactly", though.

    "I didn't have much money with me but luckily I had exactly enough to buy a train ticket home."

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