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    Attribute vs Adjective

    What's the difference between an attribute and an adjective in the English Grammar?

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    Re: Attribute vs Adjective

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    What's the difference between an attribute and an adjective in the English Grammar?
    An attribute in English grammar is an attributive adjective or noun. An adjective names an attribute of a noun. Source OED.

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    Re: Attribute vs Adjective

    In Russian grammar an attribute is a part of a sentence while an adjective is a part of speech. Can it be applied to English grammar?

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