The areas (that are) covered <participle>
- "that are" can be omitted
I have a question.
I [have] learnt and was taught that adjectives in English always come before the noun, but while reading a website, I came across this sentence, The areas covered are fairly predictable. The word order in areas covered is different from what I learnt. If I were to write it, I would write it, "the covered area", according to the rule I learnt.
Could you please explain to me why it is written in this way?
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