SUCH + Nounssuch + a + (adjective) + singular noun + that + result
(It is common to put an adjective before the noun)
- He is such a tight person that he even reuses his servillettes.
- Christopher is such a handsome man that all the ladies want him.
- She had such a long speech that everyone stopped paying attention to her.
- She has such big feet that she has to buy special shoes.
- Woodward Restaurant has such good food that it's always full of people.
SO / SUCH in exclamationsIn exclamations we drop the word 'that' and use:
i) such + noun (singular/plural)
ii) so + adjective
- You are such an idiot! (noun)
- Celebrities have such weird tastes! (noun)
- You are so stupid! (adjective)
- It's so sunny outside! (adjective)
Too means more than necessary, and it precedes the adjective.
Enough means sufficient and usually follows the adjective and precedes nouns.
|He is too old to ride the Merry-Go-Round.
She has too much money.
Tony was tall enough to play on the basketball team.
They were smart enough to pass the test.
|(NOT: enough tall)
(NOT: enough smart)
- I have enough money for the CD player.
I don't have enough (money) for the computer.
There aren't enough people to make a team.
- I have had enough of this nonsense.
Enough is enough!
|She is very young to drink alcohol.
She is too young to drink alcohol.
He is not very tough to play football.
He is not tough enough to play football.