Evaluations with nouns [(not) enough]

Discuss noun clauses, adjective clauses, & adverb clauses. See how and when nouns, adjectives, & adverbs are used.

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Do you have enough money to be happy?

Yes, I do.
12
55%
No, I don't.
7
32%
I don't equate the two (money=happiness).
3
14%
 
Total votes: 22

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Evaluations with nouns [(not) enough]

Post by Jason M. Ham » Sun Oct 03, 2004 1:44 pm

Here's a sentence I found online at
http://www.latimes.com/la-103101uniform ... 6598.photo
... there were not enough boots (for the soldiers)...
The number of army boots was insufficient. There were more soldiers than there were boots available, so some guys didn't have any.

Here's a sentence that I made up.
I don't have enough time to spend with my family
I want to hang out with my wife and sons, but I have too much work to do and too many classes to teach, so I always get home too late to see them. The amount of time we spend together is lacking.

Enough comes before nouns.
enough+noun(s)
We often use the be verb to start these kinds of evaluations:
There is(n't) + enough + uncountable noun...
There are(n't) + enough + countable nouns...

We can also use have:
Something doesn't have + enough + noun(s)...
I don't have + enough + noun(s)...

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Post by Yoon Hye Sun » Wed Oct 06, 2004 9:45 am

Here are example sentences and explained that I made.

First example
There aren't enough classes in our university.
It means my university, C.U.K., have not many classes than other university. Also less classes isn't satisfing me and other students who attend C.U.K..

Second example
There are too much noisy in my room.
It means my apartment is too old. So, there isn't enough soundproofing walls. Then, my private life hurted by familys who lived under my apartment.

Grammar

Countable -> There are too many + noun(s)
There are(n't) enough + noun(s)

There are too many cars.
There are enough desks.
There aren't enough windows.

Uncountable -> There is too much + noun
There is(n't) enough + noun

There is too much nitrogen.
There isn't enough bicycle lane.
There is enouht street entrance.

Lee Rae Young
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Good Job!!

Post by Lee Rae Young » Wed Oct 06, 2004 10:32 am

This sentence I made.
Dormitory rooms isn't enough space
The dormitory room the space insufficiency is intention. Thus 4 people live in the dormitory room of 5 criticism degree. very inconvenience!!!!


This sentence I made.
I don't have enough money to go to a high class restaurant.
If I have much money. I will go to high class restaurant. And I will the eat expensive foods.


enough + noun(s)

There are(n't) + enough + nouns
:arrow: There are + enough + computers.
:arrow: There aren't + enough + desks.
:arrow: There are + enough + books.

Somthign doesn't have + enough +noun(s)
:arrow: I don't have + enough + Tae- kwondo ability.
:arrow: I don't have + enough + financial resources.

Lee Jae Jun
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Post by Lee Jae Jun » Wed Oct 06, 2004 12:21 pm

Here's a sentence that I made up.
There isn't enough cheap pub in Yeock Gok.
Yeock Gok's around doesn't have cheap pub.
So we always dirnk soju in Boo Pyeong.



Here's a sentence that I made up
We society doesn't have enough sympathy to help poor neighborhood.
According to we society is developing rapid speed we become selfishness.
It makes my heart hurt to see this situation.

Grammar


*enough+noun(s)
There is(n't) + enough + uncountable noun...
There are(n't) + enough + countable nouns...

*have:
Something doesn't have + enough + noun(s)...
I don't have + enough + noun(s)...

Lee Dong-Jun
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Thank you...

Post by Lee Dong-Jun » Wed Oct 06, 2004 12:25 pm

I make two sentence myself. Don't copy this sentence other web site.

First sentence.

There aren't enough space.

→Mean of this sentence is very small.
Too many people in somewhere, they say this sentence.

Second sentence.

I'm not enough money.

→We say thay we don't have money. We don't have money or we
have little money.


Grammer

→S + V(V+not) + enough + O

*O → 1.accountable
2.unaccountable

*S(subject)
V(verb)
O(object)

Lee Jung Min
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haha~^________________^*

Post by Lee Jung Min » Wed Oct 06, 2004 12:30 pm

I make some Sentence.^^*


1) This is the most interesting of my books.
-> the + highest grade + of + plural

ex)He is the most learned man of them.

-Word more than 3 syllables or 'able,less,ous,al,ing' in word of 2 syllables that finish more and most attach.
Adjective of descriptive way of using regardless of syllable number more and most attach. (fond,afraid,alive,aline,content)
Idiomatically more and most thing which attach have. (real,just,wrong,right,strange,false..)


2) In affirmative sentence 'as-as' when is negative sentence 'not so(as)-as' write.

-affirmative sentence : This flower is as beautiful as that one.
-> as + Adjective-Adverb's positive degree + as
-negative sentence : He is not so intelligent as I.
-> not so(as) + Positive degree + as

ex) she plays the guitar as well as the piano.
->not only A but (also) B = B as well as A

Lim yeong dal
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homework here!!!!!

Post by Lim yeong dal » Wed Oct 06, 2004 12:59 pm

I make sentences myself.

first example:

Now I am very hungry. Because my stomach isn't enough foods.

:arrow: This context is "I eat many foods. Then my mother don't give me
many foods. Then I am very hungry."

second example:

The weather is cloudy. I need sunshine. I'm not enough sunshine.

:arrow: This context is "I'm in mountain. Then many clouds keep the
sun dff. I feel warm."


GRAMMAR

:arrow: enough+noun(s)
not enough+food


:arrow: enough+noun(s)
not enough+sunshine
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Homework

Post by Lee Yoon Kee » Wed Oct 06, 2004 1:38 pm

:?: Here is a sentence that I made up.
My room is not warm enough.
:arrow: My room is cold in these days, so I put on a quilt always at night.

I hope that my room is warm enough on tonight.

---

:?: Here is a sentence I found online at

http://news.naver.com/news/read.php?mod ... enu_id=108
There were flashes of brilliance but not enough to earn him a regular spot.
:arrow: It makes my heart hurt to see our country's major leaguers plays.

I hope that our major leaguers doing great play next season.

---

:!: Grammar

adjective (a.) + noun (n.) (ex) pretty woman

adverb (ad.) + adjective (a.) (ex) very busy

adverb (ad.) + adverb (ad.) (ex) very fast

verb (v.) + adverb (ad.) (ex) He runs fast.

<etc...>

vt. + O

prep. + O

lee jin ung
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homework^^

Post by lee jin ung » Wed Oct 06, 2004 1:51 pm

I make two sentence.

First sentence.
This pencil is as long as pen.
Mean of this sentence is very simple. Pencil is long and also pen is long.
Pencil is not longer than pen. Two is mean to same.

Second sentence.
The city is not enough soccer playground .
This mean space is not enough. Playground not many.

Grammar

1)A... (not)as+noun+as B
She is not as pretty as she's mother.
He is player as good as real professional player.
2)enough+noun(s)
There isn't enough money.
There aren't enough parking spaces.
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leeeunsil
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homework

Post by leeeunsil » Wed Oct 06, 2004 1:56 pm

"After the IRAQ attack there are not enough cars in IRAQ."
because USA attack IRAQ, IRAQ are lack of resource car is one of that too.


"There are enough competent persons in KOREA
because KOREA is lack of resource than any other countries so KOREA had to rear the competent people's to alive among the other many contries' competition.

Form= there are/is (not) enough ~
There is not enough fresh air.
There are not enough bathroom
There are enough chairs in classroom.
There are enough computers in school.

We use this phrase when we meet the situation that we have to say about quantity which we think about it

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homework

Post by shin woo sob » Wed Oct 06, 2004 2:09 pm

Here's a sentence that I made up.
There were not enough beverage machine in library
I often read books in library. when I read exciting book, I'm very thirsty
I'm studing from third floor or fourth floor. beverage machine situate only basement1. Go to basement1 is very inconvenient

Here's a sentence that I made up.
I don't have enough patience when I study
University study is large scale.
Therefore patience necessary need to do study.
I lack patience than other person.
I tust that I will study very hard

*enough+noun(s)
There is(n't) + enough + uncountable noun...
>There is enough air
There are(n't) + enough + countable nouns...
>There are enough pens
*have:
Something does have + enough + noun(s)...
>TV does have enough channels
I don't have + enough + noun(s)...
>I don't have enough money
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lee hong jae
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homework~

Post by lee hong jae » Wed Oct 06, 2004 2:32 pm

1)The room isn't big enough

- I make this sentance
- The room is small
- Form = adj + enough
The computer isn't expensive enough
The classroom isn't noisy enough

2)The bus isn't as fast as the train

- I make this sentance
- The train is faster than bus
The train is more fast than bus
- Form = A as adj as B
He isn't as tall as his brother
My watch isn't as expensive as yours

the end...
thank you

lee hong jae
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Re: homework~

Post by lee hong jae » Wed Oct 06, 2004 2:41 pm

lee hong jae wrote:1)
The room isn't big enough
- I make this sentance
- The room is small
- Form = adj + enough
The computer isn't expensive enough
The classroom isn't noisy enough

2)
The bus isn't as fast as the train
- I make this sentance
- The train is faster than bus
The train is more fast than bus
- Form = A as adj as B
He isn't as tall as his brother
My watch isn't as expensive as yours

the end...
thank you

lee hong jae
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Re: homework~

Post by lee hong jae » Wed Oct 06, 2004 2:41 pm

1)
The room isn't big enough
- I make this sentance
- The room is small
- Form = adj + enough
The computer isn't expensive enough
The classroom isn't noisy enough

2)
The bus isn't as fast as the train
- I make this sentance
- The train is faster than bus
The train is more fast than bus
- Form = A as adj as B
He isn't as tall as his brother
My watch isn't as expensive as yours

the end...
thank you[/quote][/quote]

Lee su yeon
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Homework~~

Post by Lee su yeon » Wed Oct 06, 2004 2:54 pm

:) I make two sentence.


1) There is not enough my height.

:arrow: This sentence is noun grammar that is evaluation.
Mean of this sentence is my height that is shorter than
other girls height.



2) I am not enough time that is see the sky.

:arrow: We almost used to say "hurry, hurry!". Than we have no time
that is see the sky with composure.



:!: Form = S(subject) + V(verb(not)) + enough
+ countable/uncountable N(noun(s))
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