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Sentence Correction: Parts of Speech - Adjective

Is the following sentence TRUE or FALSE?

In English, adjectives usually come AFTER the noun they describe.

Let's take for example the following sentence:

The nice man helped the old lady cross the busy street.

The adjective nice comes BEFORE the noun it describes (man); the adjective old comes BEFORE the noun it describes (lady); and the adjective busy comes BEFORE the noun it describes (street).

Therefore, the correct answer is FALSE.

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Let's take for example the following sentence:

The nice man helped the old lady cross the busy street.

The adjective nice comes BEFORE the noun it describes (man); the adjective old comes BEFORE the noun it describes (lady); and the adjective busy comes BEFORE the noun it describes (street).

True
False

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