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Adjective Phrases: Attributive vs. Predicative Options
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Adjective Phrases: Attributive vs. Predicative


Adjective phrases can either be attributive or predicative. Attributive adjectives occur immediately before or after the noun they modify. What are predicative adjectives? More...
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Adjective Phrases: Attributive vs. Predicative
Adjective phrases can either be attributive or predicative. Attributive adjectives occur immediately before or after the noun they modify.
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PREDICATIVE adjectives refers to an adjective in a sentence. However, a predicate adjective must follow a linking verb. Furthermore, a predicate adjective describes the subject.
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