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Forming Proper Adjectives

Proper adjectives are formed from proper nouns, and like proper nouns, they are capitalized. They are often made from the names of cities, countries, or regions to describe where something comes from. What else can proper adjectives be formed from? More...
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Proper adjective is a word that modifies nouns and pronouns and is formed from a proper noun. A proper noun is the specific name used for any person, place, or thing. Proper adjectives typically look like their original proper nouns but have some sort of alternative ending in order to make them adjectives.



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