Enough as a quantifier

Enough can be used as a quantifier when it is placed before any noun, to indicate the quantity required or necessary. It can be used in both affirmative and negative sentences.

Examples
  • There is enough bread for lunch.
  • She has enough money.
  • There are not enough apples for all of us.
  • I don't have enough sugar to make a cake.

The word enough can also be an adverb of degree, in which case it is not placed before a noun.