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    Adjective before gerund

    I'm just wondering if i can use the adjective before noun
    new opening bank

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    Re: Adjective before gerund

    Quote Originally Posted by Mohanad Shamaileh View Post
    I'm just wondering if I can use the adjective before the noun.
    "new opening bank"
    Perhaps you mean "newly opened bank."
    Can you provide a full sentence please?

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