This very common English word can sometimes cause Spanish speakers problems.
First, its pronunciation: /ináf/ (pronúncialo como si fuera castellano)
Secondly, where to place it: before nouns, and after adjectives, verbs, or adverbs.
I don’t have enough money
Do we have enough sugar or should I buy more?
Bill isn’t tall enough to do that job.
I didn’t study enough for the test, and I failed.
I didn’t move quickly enough and got hit by the egg.
Enough: pronounced ináf, comes before nouns and after adjectives, verbs, and adverbs.
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