When I say a person desperate for a loan, is it OK to say desperate person for loan? For example:
"1. He met a person desperate for loan"
"2. He met a desperate person for loan"
The reason I am asking is because sometimes we reverse the order.
We say "good chance to do something or good chance for something", not "chance good to do something or chance good for something".
Well, I actually think, for the chance sentence, both of them make sense, but for the desperate person sentence, I don't think the sentence two makes sense. Desperate person for loan sounds off to my ear. Is the sentence two, desperate person for loan, grammatically correct?