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I don't know when to use adjectives + enough and enough + adjectives.
The weather is not _________ for a picnic.
1, enough nice
b, nice enough
Please guide me.
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Adjective + enough
Enough + noun
It's not hot enough for a picnic.
I don't have enough bread to make a picnic lunch.
He's not handsome enough to be a model.
He doesn't have enough hair to be a model.
They are not rich enough to buy a house.
They don't have enough money to buy a house.
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