When should I put "amount of" after "sufficient" or "adequate"?
I have found a mix of both and I couldn't figure out a pattern or logic in the usage.
Many villagers had also felt that the proposal did not offer adequate parking.
These boys are not brought up with an adequate amount of respect for the opposite sex.
Allocation of adequate resources for research in these fields is highly desirable.
If I had not had sufficient cash on me I would have had to find my own way to the nearest cash machine.
Therefore, if a sufficient amount of fiat money is supplied, the fixed asset (land) need not play the role of commodity money in the equilibrium.
This means that by employing only a user corpus, we cannot obtain a sufficient amount of data to construct a good language model.
If not all, then a sufficient amount of material could be made available.
They are assumed to save during working periods to ensure they have sufficient income when not working.
One of the major stumbling blocks may be the availability of sufficient capital to fund the company's start up operations.
so let say we talk about water, then which one of the followings is right?
i. During summer, make sure you drink enough water.
ii. During summer, make sure you drink adequate amount of water.
iii. During summer, make sure you drink sufficient amount of water.