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I have seen the following sentence in English dictionary
The coach was there, with his bored driver.
In threatened way. (Have seen in some sentences)
As far as I am confirmed that 'bored' and 'threatened' can not be used before noun as being predicative adjective. Please clear me.
Thank you in advance.
You could also use with its bored driver, but his doesn't work.
Last edited by Tdol; 22-Sep-2013 at 16:57.
I thought it meant a bus, too, but as the OP was quoting from a dictionary, I decided it meant a sports instructor.
Mr James hired a coach and a driver to take everyone to the company Christmas party. After the party, he got outside and there was his coach and [his] bored driver, waiting to take everyone home again.
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