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    I need proper adjectives for proper nouns

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    Re: Proper adjectives

    Proper nouns are names = London; Teddy; New York.

    You can use proper names as adjectives: a London street; a Teddy/teddy bear; a New York moment.

    See here for more information: Capitalizing Proper Adjectives

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