Too and enough indicate degree. They are used with adjectives.
- Too means more than what is needed.
- Enough means sufficient.
- You are too young to vote.
- Jim is intelligent enough to do the right thing.
- You're not driving fast enough .
- I don't have enough money.
- He has too many friends.
- They have got too much patience.
Use of too and enough
- Enough precedes adjectives and adverbs:
- He isn't old enough to watch that film.
- We're not running quickly enough.
- Enough may also precede nouns:
- We have enough time.
- I don't have enough money to buy this computer.
- Too comes before adjectives and adverbs:
- It's too hot to wear that coat.
- I was driving too fast.
- Too may also come before nouns when it is used with the expressions too much and too many.
- Too much is used before uncountable nouns.
- There is too much vinegar in this salad.
- There are too many desks in this classroom.