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Place the adverb enough after the word it qualifies and not before.
When enough is an adjective, it comes before the noun: We have enough food for six people.
Position not in a compound verb after the first auxiliary.
With the present or perfect participle, place not at the beginning: Not having set the alarm, he was late for work. Not being rich, he couldn't afford it.
With a transitive verb, the adverb generally comes after the object.
If, however, the object is long, the adverb may come after the transitive verb: She wrote carefully all the essays she had to do.
When using an adverb of time and an adverb of place together in a sentence, the adverb of place must come first.