She isn’t going to take a taxi.
She doesn’t have enough money.
He can’t reach the shelf.
He isn’t tall enough.
A: Is there enough salt in the soup?
B: Yes. it’s fine.
We wanted to play football, but we didn’t have enough players.
Why don’t you buy a car? You’ve got enough money. (not money enough)
I’ve got some money, but not enough to buy a car.
(= I need more money to buy a car)
A: Would you like some more to eat?
B: No, thanks. I’ve had enough.
You’re always at home. You don’t go out enough.
A: Do you want to go swimming?
B: No, it isn’t warm enough (not enough warm)
Can you hear the radio? Is it loud enough for you?
Don’t buy that coat. It’s nice, but it isn’t long enough. (= it’s too short)
enough + noun
enough for somebody/something
This sweater isn’t big enough for me.
I don’t have enough money for a new car.
enough to do something
I don’t have enough money to buy a new car (not for buy)
Is your English good enough to have a conversation? (not for have)
enough for somebody/something to do something
There aren’t enough chairs for everybody to sit down.