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The gear box should be okay. Check the clutch-watch if the clutch fork on the bell housing moves when someone presses the clutch. If it doesn't move, the cable needs adjusting, or if hydraulic clutch diagnose the clutch master and slave cylinders. Either one should cause the clutch fork to move and engage the clutch.
some possibilities are the syncro energise spring has come out and not spinning up the gear to allow engagement Prove by engageing and dis engaging with engine stopped and foot on clutch or the hub has been put in back to front or the selector fork has been fitted inncorrectly
Clutch cable not adjusted properly , worn clutch fork or ball , pilot bushing in the back of the crank to tight or not lubricated so the input shaft is spinning at engine rpm.. these are just a couple of possibilities .
If the clutch in your car is hydralic there is no way to adjust that type of clutch. That you describe the clutch as being hard to push and that you have to have the clutch "right down on the floor to engage a gear" is an indication that the clutch is worn and needs to be replaced. If the clutch in your car is pushed by a cable, the cable might be adjustable and if that is the case you might get a few more months of use from the car, but the fix is still the same, you will need to get a new clutch put in your car.