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Locate the complete adjective phrase and the noun modified. He found one pearl of great price.
Weegy: Most English compound nouns are noun phrases (= nominal phrases) that include a noun modified by adjectives or attributive nouns. ... Some compounds, such as salt and pepper or mother-of-pearl, cannot be constructed in this way, however .... [ (Fractions used as nouns have no hyphens: "I ate only one third of the pie . ] User: so whats the answer? Weegy: Note also that the terms noun(s), verb(s), adjective(s) and adverb(s) are usually spelt as such, but when their use is very frequent in some passages, (More)
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Adjective phrase: of great price noun modified.pearl
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