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    nice useful German digital/ useful nice digital German

    It's a/an................... clock

    A useful nice digital German
    B nice useful German digital

    I have no idea which is the correct answer. I tried to use the OSHACOM method but both "nice" and "useful" are "Opinion" and I don't know if "digital" counts as "Material" or not. Can someone help me a little bit?

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    Re: nice useful German digital/ useful nice digital German

    Hello.
    What is the "OSHACOM method"?

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    Re: nice useful German digital/ useful nice digital German


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    Re: nice useful German digital/ useful nice digital German

    I prefer B-nice is more subjective than useful, and digital is (sort of) like the material- it's the nature of the clock.

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    Re: nice useful German digital/ useful nice digital German

    Quote Originally Posted by Tdol View Post
    I prefer B-nice is more subjective than useful, and digital is (sort of) like the material- it's the nature of the clock.
    The other way around has me wondering what a "digital German" is.

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