Nondescript adjectives come before the noun.
That is correct British English. "I don't have enough money" is correct American English.
bastante means "quite". As in: Ella es bastante bonita. (She is quite pretty).
'I haven't enough money' is perfectly acceptable English, used all the time in conversation and should not be marked down as incorrect.
Is "I do not have sufficient cash" wrong? Because, it marked me wrong for saying that.
I have used this sentence like 5 million times. Mostly when I have to pay friends back. No tengo suficiente dinero! Sorry. :P
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"I have no enough money." Duolingo consinders it WRONG. How strange??