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    Just because you see a black man driving in a nice car does not mean it's stolen.


    (When the agent got arrested by the cops in Man in Black 3)

    A : Just because you see a black man driving in a nice car does not mean it's stolen.


    I saw the sentence in the movie. I think that in this case, driving in a nice car modifies a black man as an adjective like "black" modifies "man" in "a black man". What do you experts think about it?

    Thank you so much as usual.
    Last edited by sky3120; 12-Oct-2012 at 04:01.

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