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  • How can use adjectives without using a noun?

  • Let's find out.

  • Normally, we use adjectives to describe a noun.

  • 'People' is a noun.

  • 'Rich people have a lot of money.'

  • 'Rich people' are a group.

  • To describe a group of people with a shared quality,

  • we can use an adjective without using

  • a noun.

  • We just add 'the'.

  • Then, we can delete the noun.

  • 'The rich have a lot of money.'

  • Now, we have a plural expression.

  • We can say that poor people are the opposite

  • of rich people.

  • 'Poor people have less money than rich people.'

  • Or: 'The poor have less than the rich.'

  • This is a simple direct expression and it

  • sounds very natural.

  • 'British people drink a lot of tea.'

  • We can delete people, add the:

  • 'The British drink a lot of tea.'

How can use adjectives without using a noun?

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How to use adjectives without nouns - English In A Minute

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    林宜悉 posted on 2020/10/23
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