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    A question about grammatical terms.

    The yellow house.

    Would "yellow" in above phrase be an epithet or an attribute ?

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    Default Re: epithet or attribute

    Quote Originally Posted by vnoetsjka View Post
    A question about grammatical terms.

    The yellow house.

    Would "yellow" in above phrase be an epithet or an attribute ?
    It's an attribute adjective. Epithet is not a grammatical term.

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