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    #1

    not enough money to

    Can one say
    a. That is not enough money to buy a house.
    b. That is not enough money to buy a house with.

    c. That is not enough money to buy drinks.
    d. That is not enough money to buy drinks with.

    ?

    In the first case, no house can be bought.
    In the second case, we can buy some drinks, but not enough.

    Many thanks.

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    Re: not enough money to

    A and C are fine. The last word is not needed in B and D.

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