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Phrases which, as a unit, act as a noun; and whose heads are nouns or pronouns. Modifiers can come before or after the noun phrase, and can include (among many other possibilities) articles or determiners such as "the" and "a".

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I have a question about the noun phrase their previously washed clothes (meaning 'the clothes that they had washed before'). I know we can't say this, but is there anyone who can explain to me why we …
asked Sep 16 '18 by Hannah