Adjective Noun Complex

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Amharic Language - Grammar - Adjectives - Adjective Noun Complex
... The adjective and the noun together are called the 'adjective noun complex' ... In Amharic, the adjective precedes the noun, with the verb last e.g ... If the adjective noun complex is definite, the definite article is suffixed to the adjective and not to the noun, e.g ...

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    I have met charming people, lots who would be charming if they hadn’t got a complex about the British and everyone has pleasant and cheerful manners and I like most of the American voices. On the other hand I don’t believe they have any God and their hats are frightful. On balance I prefer the Arabs.
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