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When I am talking about Gold Coast I mean the city in Australia.
Which one is grammaticaly more correct?
Gold Coast or Golden Coast. I think that Golden Coast is better when it comes to grammar.
So why Gold Coast and not Golden Coast?
Thanks for explanation.
Last edited by sarat_106; 30-Dec-2009 at 03:01.
Aren't gold and golden adjectives in this case? (Gold Coast, Golden Coast) I assume that they are, or not?
Is golden used only in some metaphoric cases? For example:
He is a golden child. (he isn't build of gold or gold color, but he is a good child)
And gold, when describing the color, the material or some tender. E.g.
A gold nugget is hard to find in these mountians.
Please, tell me some basic rule how to distinguish these two adjectives and their usage. Thanks.