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    Judgement Adjectives

    Hello!

    I would like to know how can i arrange judgement adjectives if come together?

    ex. I like this easy good correct pronounciation, l like this easy correct good pronounciation....

    Thank you

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    Re: Judgement Adjectives

    Quote Originally Posted by kitty 4 View Post
    Hello!

    I would like to know how can I arrange judgement adjectives if they come together?

    ex. I like this easy good correct pronounciation, l like this easy correct good pronounciation....

    Thank you
    Use two sentences and post them here.

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    Re: Judgement Adjectives

    Quote Originally Posted by kitty 4 View Post
    I would like to know how I can i arrange judgement adjectives if they come together?

    ex. I like this easy good correct pronou
    nciation, l like this easy correct good pronounciation....
    It is difficult to say with your example. We would be unlikely to want to use those three adjectives together with 'pronunciation'. If it's correct, it is presumably good, so we don't need to say both. It is hard to see how pronounciation that is correct (good) can be easy.

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    Re: Judgement Adjectives

    It is a translated sentence. So, I should convey it literally.

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    Re: Judgement Adjectives

    What do you think of:

    A pretty correct pronounciation which is easily made.

    Is it correct and less odd?

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    Re: Judgement Adjectives

    Quote Originally Posted by kitty 4 View Post
    What do you think of:

    A pretty correct pronounciation which is easily made.

    Is it correct and less odd?
    By "pretty", do you mean "quite" (almost "very)?

    By the way, could you please type in black and in a smaller font? Thank you.

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    Re: Judgement Adjectives

    Quote Originally Posted by kitty 4 View Post
    What do you think of:

    A pretty correct pronounciation which is easily made.

    Is it correct and less odd?
    It is not a sentence.

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