WHAT vs WHICH?

♦ What is used when the speaker does not refer to a known number or possibility, so it can be said that "what" is more open-ended and general. For examples: 〉What types of films do you like? 〉What car will you buy? 〉What is the best part of this job? 〉What is the most unusual … Continue reading WHAT vs WHICH?

TOO vs. ENOUGH

♦ Too is used before adjectives to say that something is more than good, more than necessary, more than is wanted etc. (too + adjective) For example: 〉This computer is too expensive. No one will buy it. 〉Language learning isn't too hard!    ∗∗∗ ♦ Enough is used before nouns to say that there is/ … Continue reading TOO vs. ENOUGH