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Modification by adjectives
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The content noun may be modified by adjectives.

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The following examples involve a referential partitive construction in which the content noun is modified by two adjectives.

Example 1

a. In doaze grutte rûne flikken
a box big round chocolate.drops
A box of big round chocolate drops
b. In klobbe fette giele bûter
a lump fat yellow butter
A lump of fat yellow butter
c. In flecht wite heech fleanende guozzen
a flock white high flying geese
A flock of white geese flying high
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