Enough & plenty are used before a noun to describe the amount or quantity of the noun. For today’s English lesson, let’s check out how to use enough & plenty .
Here are the example sentences. To get the details of this English lesson, you need to listen to the podcast or the check the transcript for the details:
- Do we have enough wine for the party?
- I think I have eaten enough donuts today.
- Jack has enough work to do. Let’s have Jenny write that report.
- I don’t have enough gasoline. I’m going to stop at that service station.
- No more cake for me. I’ve had enough!
- We’ve worked hard today. That’s enough for one day. Let’s go home.
- Kisses from my dog? I can never get enough!
- We have plenty of wine for the party.
- I have eaten plenty of donuts today.
- Jack has plenty of work to do. Let’s have Jenny write that report.
- I don’t need more coffee. I’ve had plenty.
- Don’t give him any more books. He has plenty.
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