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the distinction between
Predicative and postnominal attributive
Predicate qualifiers and clausal adjectives
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acceptable adjectival property adjective positions adverbal adjective already ambiguity appear apply ascriptive assignment associative adjectives assume attributive adjectives attributive position basic beef tea Bolinger brackets certainly Chapter characteristic claim clausal adjectives clearly complex consider construction contrast corresponding definite article described distinction Dwight Bolinger element English entity entity-identifying equation equivalent example extraclausal fact further grammatical head noun identified instance instantiated intensional pattern intensional relations intensional structure interpretation intuitive language latter lexical meaning linguistic mode morpheme muzak natural non-restrictive normally notion noun phrase object observations occur ordinary adjectives particular perhaps possible postnominal attributive predicate qualifier predicative adjective prenominal attributive question reason referent referential locus relationship relative clause represented restrictive semantic sense sense-qualifiers sentence sentential adverb sequence simply single situation sort speaker subordinate surface syntactic relations syntax ungrammatical verb phrase verbal adverb words