Enough - before nouns enough books , after adjectives and adverbs good enough, quickly enough
We have enough money.
Not enough - not enough
There are not enough hours in the day for me to adequately express my angst at how there are not enough hours in the day.
- enough = enough
- too much = too much (with uncountable nouns = cannot be counted)
- too many = too many (with countable nouns = can be counted)
Too - also, too
I like milk too!
He is too fat.
Too - before adjectives too good, too boring. Colloquial: too funny = very funny
You work too hard.
I have a hard work = hard work (n)
I work hard = I work hard; spinning like a squirrel in a wheel
I work too hard = "too hard" - cannot be translated into Russian literally: a common mistake is a translation like "I work hard." The correct translation could be: "I wear myself out at work"
Useful design:too + adjective + to + verb
- It is too hot to drink tea.
- He is too cool to care.