Student or Learner
I saw a test.I am wondering what the answer is.
One hundred dollars _____ enough to me.
I have no idea that I should say is or are.
I am wondering what native speakers say.
Thanks for your reply!
Last edited by engee30; 14-May-2009 at 16:05. Reason: notes for coins
Thanks for your clarifications.
1.So could you please tell me how to express it?One hundred dollars _is____ enough to me. (although the sentence is a bit odd)
A:How much do you need?Five hundred ok?
B:No, one hundred dollars is enough to me.
(Since 2006 said it's a bit odd, I am wondering how to express it idomatically.)
Could you tell me?
2.So e.g.Two pounds of pork is not enough to feed 5 people.Things like amounts and distances take a singular verb.
Is it right?
I am not very clear what the amount means.
Two bags of rice are from Japan.Bags is a kind of amount , isn't it?
Could you please clarify it?
Thanks for your help.
Thanks for your help! 2006!
I am clear.