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英語が得意な方この問題の解説をお願いします。

He is ( )vote for such a dishonest candidate in the election. という英文の(  )になぜ、(1)と(2)をいれたら誤りなのか理由を説明せよ。という問題です。 (1)enough intelligent not to (2)not enough intelligent なぜ(1)と(2)では、あやまりなのか、一つ一つ偏差値30でもわかるように解説していただければありがたいです。

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答えをそのまま書くのは、質問者さんのためにならないと思うので、 ヒントだけ書きます。 辞書で enough を引いて、「副詞」と書かれているところを読んで みて下さい。形容詞の隣りで、その形容詞を「十分~だ」という意味に する説明のところに、形容詞と enough の順序が書かれていると思います。 それとよく比べてみると、答えがわかると思いますよ。

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