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Suffixes are one or more letters, words which are added at the end of a word to modify the word's meaning. -Or and -er are examples of suffixes which when added to another word can change or modify the meaning of the word completely. For example, when you add -or to words like advise, protect,...Read More

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Why the answer is an adj phrase? Why not adv phrase, isn't it explain adverb? With the words east coast.

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The term "anything in moderation" may have been coined for all the people who love blue cheese. One of the major problems with it is that it is extremely high in fat and calories. A single ounce of the smelly stuff has one hundred calories, which is about five percent of the average person's...Read More

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Apropernounis the name of aparticularperson, place,organization, or thing. Proper nounsbeginwith acapitalletter. Examples are 'Margaret', 'London', and 'theUnitedNations'.

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The answer to this is furniture. Furniture is one of the nouns that only have a singular form. This means that even if you are trying to state that you have to purchase different items, you can only use the singular form of the noun. There are still other items that fall under this category...Read More

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A noun is typically referred to as a person, place, or thing. It can be plural, possessive, proper, or a pronoun. Examples of these are 'girl,' which is a non-descript female, 'girls,' which refers to multiple non-descript females, 'girl's,' which means the girl owns or is possession of...Read More

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The list of words that can act as both noun and adjective is much. Keep in mind that a noun refers to a name of a person, place, thing or idea while an adjective is use to describe a noun or other adjectives. When a noun is use to describe another noun, the first noun in the sentence or phrase...Read More

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In general, articles are not used with proper noun. Articles are mostly used with common noun but we always have exceptions to the rule. Definite article (the) is commonly use for proper now.
Article can be use before a proper now that refers to a country that has plural names. - T...
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Countable noun refers to anything that you can be counted. It includes animals, persons, places or things. Here are some examples: Fish, soldier, pencil. Uncountable noun refers to things that cannot be counted. Uncountable nouns are mostly intangible things. They include things like emot...Read More

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Professor Russell

Names a specific person,place or thing.

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