In the following examples, from this site, can someone explain why we say 'well enough' and not 'enough well' etc.
Q1 - I didn't do ____ to pass.
Q2 - Is there ____ to go round?
Q3 - It's ____ to go to the beach today.
Because there two words which are near in meaning:enough and rather. We usually place "enough" after an adjective or an adverb, and we put "rather" before them. Here are examples: You speak English rather well to communicate with foreigners. You speak English well enough to travel alone.Of course you can put "enough" before a noun : enough water, enough beer etc.