- Sanders Campaign Bungles Difference Between 'Nouns' And 'Adjectives'
- Sen. Bernie Sanders' presidential campaign had a rude run-in with the English language Monday after its official Twitter account blasted Wall Street with a series of “adjectives” that were not adjectives.
- Kenya: How to Properly Use Adjectives and Nouns in a Sentence
- In English except in poetry and in certain other special locutions -- adjectives do, as a rule, precede the nouns which they describe. Thus we speak of "a good boy", not of "a boy good".
- Bernie Sanders learns what adjectives are: #Retweet, Feb. 22, 2016 edition
- These are some of the adjectives we use to describe Wall Street. While some voters may agree with the substance of this tweet, which the Sanders campaign later deleted, English teachers aren't likely to agree with the style.
- The Basics of Comparative and Superlative Adjectives
- The preferred usage typically follows what native speakers say and the trend seems to be moving toward the simpler construction of more + adjective and the most + adjective.
- Everything Vintage
- Steely is one of many furniture artisans who use Adjectives as a way to market their work. It's a symbiotic relationship.
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