Sarah is angry with Carlos for working as a chef in the café. Is she going to dump him?

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Look at these two sentences with 'enough'.

I have got enough money to invest in the business.
He is good enough to work as a professional chef.

We use 'enough' before nouns but after adjectives.

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Intermediate: B1

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Hello mohammedalzomr4

That is correct. As I said, this is a way of saying 'no' to an offer or request. As the word 'too' is used it must be a second refusal.

 

Best wishes,

Peter

The LearnEnglish Team

Thank you very much

I can't understand Sarah. Is previous Carlos's work was more high-powered than chief in cafe?

Hello everybody

Hi all
I think in this episode. Carlose is a poor man.

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Hi Girlsslave,

That's a great way to improve your English, but I'm afraid that our House Rules prohibit the sharing of personal information such as Facebook or Yahoo Messenger accounts.

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Kirk
The LearnEnglish Team

hello all,
i have two questions:
1. Carlos: I’m just a bit fed up of working here
"fed up of" or 'fed up with doing Something"?
2. "but it’ll have to be a no on that one too" what's this sentence mean?
Thanks

"but it’ll have to be a no on that one too". Let me try to explain it for you.
The sentence should be "But it will have to be a "no" on that one too."
"That one" is "I was wondering if you wanted to come out on Friday night?"
Olivia said "it will have to be a "no" on that one". She was saying "no" in a euphemistical way.
Before "that one", Fedi ever asked "I wondered if you wanted to be in on it." but Olivia said "no" for the first time: "Thanks, but no thanks!" So this time, she used "too".
I hope it helps.

Hello hanh Tran,

You can say both 'fed up of' and 'fed up with'; both have the same meaning.

The second sentence is an informal way of refusing a proposal.

Best wishes,

peter

The LearnEnglish Team

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