Is one of the following two sentences incorrect ?
"I didn't get good enough a glimpse" (1)
"I didn't get a good enough glimpse" (2)
In my native language, the latter seems more natural, but the former sounds better to my "english ear", so I'm a bit conflicted about it, and am not sure what words to look up.
If both are correct, is there a nuance between the two versions ? I can't think of any that would make sense.
If the first version is correct (regardless of the second), in what circumstances should one invert and adverb and a preposition ? (this seems to be related to the adverb "enough" rather than the adjective "good", because "I didn't get good a glimpse" definitely does not sound right - in particular, although this sounds superficially related to the inversion in "how good a glimpse did you get ?", I don't think they actually are)