Grammar Explanations, Exercises and Worksheets: Too and Enough


Too: It is used before adjectives and adverbs to mean ‘more than is allowed, necessary, possible, etc.

Enough: as much as or more than is wanted



  1. I am old  enough to make my own decisions
  2. My apartment isbig enough for five people
  3. I have enough time to finish my work
  4. Do you have enough money to afford a new car?


  1. You are too young to understand
  2. It is too early to go to bed
  3. There are too many students in this classroom
  4. You ate too many chocolates

Video Explanation

Online Exercises

  1. Too and Enough – Multiple Choice Quiz
  2. Grammar Exercise: Too and Enough
  3. Quiz: Too and Enough
  4. Too and Enough: Oxford University Press

PDF Grammar Exercises

  1. Too and Enough Exercise
  2. Too and Enough Worksheet
  3. Too and Enough – Oxford Grammar Practice Intermediate
  4. BBC World Service Learning English-Too and Enough
  5. Very, Too and Enough – Exercises