Today's picture: Jack Johnson in concert at Church Road, Winery, Napier last Saturday
‘Sufficient’ is simply a more formal word for ‘enough’. It’s often used to report on numbers or funding. The opposite is ‘insufficient’, meaning ‘not enough’.
We wanted to continue the project for another year, but we didn’t attract sufficient funding.
For more examples and links to exercises see: http://www.academicenglishgenerator.com/enough.htm
Three of these sentences include correct uses of our word of the day: one doesn't. Which is the ODD ONE OUT?
I only had sufficient funds for the trip which meant I had to postpone my plans.
The numbers were not sufficient to make it cost-effective to run the programme again this year.
Many people have asked if the government is paying sufficient attention to the needs of international students in our universities.
If there is sufficient interest, the university will once again be offering an extra paper in business law during the summer school.
Interesting link of the day: Teenagers sell software firm for US$5m
Vocabulary from the linked article: fledgling
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