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Noun + Noun Modifer: the most powerful modifer.

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  1. Collection: Advanced Grammar Lesson 9- Modifiers Noun Modifiers


  2. About Me . B. . from BITS Pilani Business Advisor, Dell Follow me on Unacademy: https://unacademy.in/user/HimanshuDas


  3. EXAMPLE Mary made a beautiful painting by using crayons, a work appreciated by all the visitors in the exhibition


  4. EXAMPLE Mary made a beautiful painting by using crayons, a work appreciated by all the visitors in the exhibition Meaning: Mary made a painting e Using crayons And it was appreciated


  5. EXAMPLE Mary made a beautiful painting by using crayons, (a work) appreciated by all the visitors in the exhibition) noun Verb + ed


  6. EXAMPLE Mary made a beautiful painting by using crayons, (a work) appreciated by all the visitors in the exhibition) noun Verb + ed NOUNNOUN MODIFIER


  7. NOUN MODIFIER e Can modify preceding noun Can modify the preceding clause * Can modify any noun in the preceding clause


  8. EXAMPLE Mary made a beautiful painting by using crayons, a work appreciated by all the visitors in the exhibition


  9. ATTENTION * There must not be any confusion about the entity which is getting modified by the noun modifiers. e If there's any ambiguity, for instance there are multiple things getting modified, then there's an error.


  10. ATTENTION Noun modifiers act like verb + ing modifiers as they both can modify the preceding clause. Noun modifiers act like verb + ed modifiers as they both can modify he preceding noun


  11. EXAMPLE * The PM had announced plans to bring back the black money over the next 5 years, amounting to approximately Rs 15 lakh per citizen,