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2014-08-27T18:11:21+08:00
When an adjective has its roots as a proper noun, it is said to be a proper adjective. Just like a proper noun, proper adjectives always begin with a capital letter.

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2014-08-27T18:43:47+08:00
The vast majority of adjectives are common adjectives just as the majority of nouns are common nouns. Neither common adjectives nor common nouns begin with a capital letter.When an adjective has its roots as a proper noun, it is said to be a proper adjective. Just like a proper noun, proper adjectives always begin with a capital letter.For example, the noun country is a common noun but the word Italy is proper. Consider the following sentence:I enjoy many different types of food but Italianfood is my favorite.
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