Hi! I'm interested in the ordering of a noun, an adjective, and the adverb enough as shown in the following pair:
(1) a. "He is a soldier brave enough to attempt it."
b. "He is a brave enough soldier to attempt it."
I found (1a) and (1b) in a dictionary and they seem to be treated as synonymous (or at least syntactically possible options). I would like to know the difference between them if any in terms of meaning, context in which they tend to appear, etc.
(2) a. I don't have a jacket big enough.
b. "I don't have a big enough jacket."
I found (2b) in another dictionary and (2a) is what I made up based on (2b), supposing (1a) and (1b) are grammatically okay. Here, I have the same type of question as (1) above. I would like to know the difference between (2a) and (2b) if any in terms of meaning, context in which they tend to appear, etc.
I would very much appreciate your help!