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Is "Old white sensitive woman" a noun phrase by any chance? Or is it an adjectival phrase? I know "sensitive" is a pre modifying adjective, but what other top band terminology is in here? Thanks!
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Is "Old white sensitive woman" a noun phrase by any chance? Or is it an adjectival phrase? I know "sensitive" is a pre modifying adjective, but what other top band terminology is in here? Thanks!
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Tolgarda Any chance you could help me out?
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Tolgarda Any chance you could help me out?
It is a noun phrase! The concrete common noun 'woman' is the head word of the phrase.

The rest of the words just set the head word in context or modify it.

There is no top-band terminology anywhere. As an English student, you must do the rest on your own.

PM me for any more general help.
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