Enough means “sufficient,” or having what is needed. Enough comes after adjectives:
Is the soup hot enough?
No, it’s not hot enough.
Directions: Fill in the blanks with “enough.” Read the sentences with a partner.
Is the tea sweet enough?
Yes, it’s sweet _______________.
Is there enough pizza for everyone?
Yes, there is _______________.
Is the steak big enough for you?
Yes, it’s big _______________.
Is the coffee hot enough?
No, it’s not hot _______________.
Do we have enough sandwiches for the picnic?
No, we don’t have _______________.
Is there enough milk for the cereal?
No, there isn’t _______________ milk.
Did you get ______________ to eat?
No, I didn’t get _______________. I’m still hungry.
Are your French fries hot _______________?