Too and Enough Worksheet

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Are you unsure of the correct usage of ‘too’ and ‘enough’ in English? The following too and enough examples as well as the too and enough worksheet will help you master

Too and Enough Examples

Here is a list of example sentences with too and enough:

  • It is too cold to swim today.
  • I am too tired to go out this evening.
  • He is too short to reach the shelf.
  • The restaurant was too crowded for us to get a table.
  • This water is too cold to drink.
  • Our mother was too worried to go to bed, so she stayed up all night.
  • He cannot play in our first football team because he is not good enough.
  • My sister’s bag isn’t big enough. She can’t put all her school supplies in it.
  • We can’t go on a picnic today. It’s not cool enough.
  • My son isn’t old enough to drive a car.
  • The backpack is not big enough to carry all of my things.
  • The film was not exciting enough to keep my attention.

Too and Enough Rules

  • Not + adjective + enough

Too and Enough Worksheet

The too and enough examples above will help you do the following exercises.

Exercise 1: Complete these sentences using too or not … enough with the adjectives between brackets.

  1.  I can’t walk any further. I’m ……………………. (tired)
  2.  I’m sorry. You’re …………………………. to see this film. (old)
  3.  It’s……………………………………………to work here. Let’s go to the library. (noisy)
  4. Your handwriting is………………………………………….to read. (small)
  5. I’m afraid we can’t buy that computer. It’s…………………………………………. (expensive)
  6.  I don’t think George should get the new job – he’s…………………………………(efficient)
  7.  Those jeans are………………………………………………………..to wear to the party. (dirty)
  8. We couldn’t talk to each other at the party. The music was…………………………………(loud)
  9. Can you help me with this bottle? I’m………………………………………. to open it. (strong)

Exercise 2: Rewrite the sentences using too or enough as in the example.

  1. He is not well. He can’t go back to school.

He isn’t well enough to go back to school.

2. The bag is heavy. I can’t lift it.

……………………………………………………………………………..

3. The room is dark. We can’t see anything

……………………………………………………………………………

4. We have not got much money. We can’t go on holiday.

…………………………………………………………………………..

5. Tim is clever. He can pass the test.

………………………………………………………………………..

6. The baby is young. He can’t walk.

……………………………………………………………………………

7. Sarah is tall. She can reach the top shelf.

…………………………………………………………………………

8. Tom is very tired. He can’t continue working.

……………………………………………………………………………

9. It’s cold today. We can’t play outside.

……………………………………………………………………….

10. Olivia is young. She can’t drive.

…………………………………………………………………….

11. Peter is strong. He can move the desk by himself.

…………………………………………………………………..

Too and Enough Exercises PDF

Here is the too and enough with adjectives worksheet pdf. These too and enough exercises will help you master the difference between too and enough.

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