Yesterday, when we were returning from the party,(a)/ our car met with an accident,(b)/ but we were fortunate to reach our home safely.(c)/ No error (d)
The answer is (d), but according to me it should be (c). I think in such cases we usually use “fortunate enough”. Is it correct to use “fortunate”? Also can someone explain the difference between the two phases "fortunate" and "fortunate enough"?