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    Default noun or adjective?

    pet in (pet lizard) adjective or noun?

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    Default Re: noun or adjective?

    Quote Originally Posted by samya.barham View Post
    Is pet in (pet lizard) an adjective or a noun?
    It depends whether you are using 'pet' to mean 'favourite/pampered' or 'domestic animal'. The first is an adjective, the second a noun.
    Last edited by emsr2d2; 05-Jan-2014 at 22:15.
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