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    Post Help on Creating proper adjectives

    I have been having a really hard time on rewritting sentences to make make a proper noun into a proper adj in a sentence. Can u help me?

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    Re: Help on Creating proper adjectives

    Quote Originally Posted by Unregistered View Post
    I have been having a really hard time on rewritting sentences to make make a proper noun into a proper adj in a sentence. Can u help me?
    ***NOT A TEACHER***

    Good morning.

    (1) Would it be possible to give an example of what you are looking for?

    (2) Do you mean that you want to take a proper noun and add it to a noun?

    (3) Do you mean something like:

    (a) He has a NEW YORK accent. / Everybody is reading about the CHILE earthquake. / OXFORD students study very hard.

    Thank you.

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