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.
No, I don't.
I don't equate the two (money=happiness).
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Shin An Jin
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Post by Shin An Jin »

"You must study hard."

This is a sentence with auxilliary verb. We use auxilliary verb to describe the feeling of speaker. And it expresses our feelings clearly.

"I must go home before dark."

The action is not happend yet. It's meaning is "I have to go home early."

Form: must + root
I must go there.
you must get up early.

We usually use it when we have to follow someone's order. The meaning "You must study hard." is that I didn't study hard before but I will study hard from now on. Because someone wants for me to study hard.
Lee Joong Bum
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Post by Lee Joong Bum »

Here's a sentence that I play computer.

First sentence.

sorry, there's not enough disk space frre on C:, 1363148800 bytes are required and only 722595840 bytes are free

I established a new game. That complaint appeared simultaneously. The possibility of game in dosage insufficiency there was not I.

This sentence I made.

The Republic of Iraq people are not enough hope.

The Republic of Iraq people percentage day in side are not to warfare and terror.The possibility which there will be good warfare it will be?


There are + enough + money
There aren't + enough + tables.
There are + enough + cup.
Lee Sun Hye
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Evaluations with nouns [(not) enough]

Post by Lee Sun Hye »

I made two sentences myself.

ex1)"There aren't enough clothes in my closet"

This is a sentence with evaluations with nouns. We use '(not) enough'.
It means my closet's space is enough, and I don't have many clothes.

ex2)"There isn't enough time to take a nap."

Meaning of this sentence is someone doesn't have a lot of time to take a nap.

Form = There is/are + not enough + noun(s) [countable noun(s)/ uncountable noun]

1)Uncountable noun:

There is not enough time.

There is not enough money.

2)Countable noun(s):

There are not enough dishes.

There are not enough clothes.

PS- Really thank you for your understanding about my situation. Thank you!!^^
Jason M. Ham
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Evaluations with nouns [(not) enough]

Post by Jason M. Ham »

Hey guys. Great posts for the most part. Here are a few correstions and things to think about.
There's not enough free disk space on my hard drive.
More common terminology perhaps.
The people of Iraq don't have enough hope.
This sounds clearer.
I'm not tall enough.
Sometimes it's best to switch to an adjective to keep it simple.
I don't have enough time to (see)/(look at) the sky.
This is easier to understand.
The room doesn't have enough space.
...using a noun.
The bus doesn't have enough power to beat the train.
...again using a noun.
There were not enough beverage machines in the library.
A couple of little basic mistakes here.
There are enough competent people in Korea.
More common.
There are not enough bathrooms.
Final s.
The city doesn't have enough soccer fields/football pitches.
Depending whether you're from The States or England, you'd say it one way or the other.
My room doesn't have enough heat.
...to use a noun again.
There isn't enough food in my stomach.
This is how we say it.
There isn't enough sunshine.
I don't get enough sunshine.
Sounds better.
There isn't enough space.
Uncountable in this sentence.
I don't have enough money.
Money is a possession. You must use have in your example.
There aren't enough cheap pubs in Yeokgok. Countable noun.
Our society doesn't have enough sympathy to help poor neighborhoods.
Great example sentence!
Our society doesn't have enough learned men.
Just making use of the noun learned men.
Our library certainly has enough interesting books, doesn't it?
Again using a noun you supplied.
There are too many noises in my room. [or] There is too much noise in my room.
Your choice of countable or uncountable nouns.
Dormitory rooms don't have enough space.
Be careful with the basic stuff.
Good luck guys. Keep up the great posts! :D
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