No, it most be carefully note that all enzymes are mostly proteins and not all proteins are enzymes. Enzymes carry out the catalysis of biochemical reactions in and out of the cells. there are different non enzymatic structural and functional proteins they do have important roles such as hormones, structural proteins such as collagen etc.
Some other types of proteins are enzymes, haemoglobin, antibodies, plasma casein in milk, eeg albumin and the albumins and globulins of blood. The five types of proteins are structural, storage, hormonal, enzyme, and immunoglobulins. All proteins are complex molecules and structural proteins make up the largest class of proteins.
on the basis of structural unit carbohydrates are of 3 types 1.monosaccarhyde-with only one structural unit(glucose) 2.olegosaccarhyde-with2 to10 structural unit(maltose) 3.polysaccarhyde-with more than 10 structural unit(starch) on the basis of the reducing nature they are of two types 1.reducing 2.non reducing