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English, 06.05.2020 19:07 jamie316

Adjectives usually come before nouns. It's "the big bad wolf' and not "the wolf big bad."
Similarly, you'd say "the silly young boy" and not "the boy silly young." Adjectives can come
after nouns when the verb "to be" follows the noun, though. So, you could say, "The wolf is
big bad," or the boy was silly and young.
Which sentence uses adjectives in the correct order?
A
I couldn't bring myself to swallow the oyster slimey, so I only pretended to eat
B) The soda sugary spilled on the sidewalk and left a sticky stain.
Hakim is resourceful and is usually able to solve a problem.
D
You can count on Deborah forgetful to always lose her car k
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