Lesson 1: Word order with 'quite' and 'enough'
The adverb 'enough' goes after adjectives or other adverbs.
- It's warm enough. (NOT:
It's enough warm.)
- She is good enough. (NOT:
She is enough quick.)
- I've worked hard enough. (NOT:
I've worked enough hard.)
- He ran quickly enough. (NOT:
He ran enough quickly.)
The adverb 'quite' usually goes before determiners, if there are any in the sentence. You can see how it's different from more usual adverbs, like 'very'.
- It's quite warm.
- It's very warm.
- It's quite a warm day. ('Quite' is before 'a'.)
- It's a very warm day. ('Very' is after 'a'.)