Are both these sentences correct:
1-The first time I saw him play, he caught my attention enough to decide to give him a chance to perform at my club.
2-The first time I saw him play, he caught my attention sufficiently to decide to give him a chance to perform at my club.
caught my attention enough to
caught my attention sufficiently to
Enough sounds better; however, I wouldn't say sufficiently was wrong.
--One of those silly Americans
Please, wouldn't the most correct form be "the first time I saw him playing"?
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