There are just enough computers in our firm

andychen

Senior Member
Chinese, Taiwan
Hi, everyone.

There are just enough computers in our firm.
We have just enough computers in our firm.
Our firm's computers are just enough for use.
Our firm has just enough computers for use.

So we'll have some problems if one of them does not work.

Do these sentences sound natural to native speakers' ears?
Or would you please show me better expressions?


Thanks in advance for your comments.
 
  • irishstu

    Senior Member
    N.Ireland (Eng, Sp, Fr)
    Hi, everyone.

    There are just enough computers in our firm.
    We have just enough computers in our firm.
    Our firm's computers are just enough for use.
    Our firm has just enough computers for use.

    So we'll have some problems if one of them does not work.

    Do these sentences sound natural to native speakers' ears?
    Or would you kindly show me better expressions?
    Hi Andy.
    The first two are fine, the last two are not.
    If you really want to emphasize how close you are to not having enough computers, you could use "barely".
    "We have barely enough computers..."
     
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