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I don’t have enough money or I haven’t enough money. Which is correct?
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exRanger profile picture exRanger   
Note: the first example, ie, "....don;t have..." is more "American style", while the second example, ie, ..."haven't enough..." is more "British style".
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  • aynur1611 profile picture aynur1611   
    Thank you very much
      2 weeks ago
Amigo1 profile picture Amigo1   
In English, you form a negative sentence by adding the auxiliar "do" + "not" (don't) in the positive sentence. "I don't have enough money" is the right sentence.
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  • aynur1611 profile picture aynur1611   
    Thank you very much
      2 weeks ago
exRanger profile picture exRanger   
Both of your example senrences are, in English, correct.
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