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    • Join Date: Dec 2007
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    #1

    the position of enough

    Hi!

    A: How did your job interview go?
    B: It wasn't good. They said I ( ) for the job.

    a) did not have enough experience
    b) did not enough experience have
    c) not had enough experience
    d) had no experience enough


    I know the answer is a). But is d) also possible?

    I think the position of enough is as follows.
    1. after adjective or adverb
    2. before or after noun

    Please give me your explanations.

    Thanks~
    Last edited by Grinkl; 15-Jul-2008 at 18:51.


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    Re: the position of enough

    You are right. (a) is correct.And the rules about enough are all correct.However you can't use no and ehough together.When there isn't any of that thing 'enough' wouldn't be necessary


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    Re: the position of enough

    Quote Originally Posted by cocokpln View Post
    You are right. (a) is correct.And the rules about enough are all correct.However you can't use no and ehough together.When there isn't any of that thing 'enough' wouldn't be necessary
    Did you mean "enough" and "no" can't be put together?

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