Can you tell me if an adjective can be placed behind a noun? I think certain adjectives can be placed behind a noun but only a limited number of the adjectives. If it can how could we know if there is an expression ellipted or not? Sorry I cannot provide some examples but I am hoping someone can help me based on what has been said.
Hi Believer

Owing to French influence, the adjective comes after the noun in court martial.

I'll insult all the people presentat the International Insulting Meeting in Fukyamoto, Japan. --> "Present" comes after "people" Emotion: smile
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I can think of 'desserts, etc galore'.
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e.g. Is the way to Finland really 500 kilometers long?
Kilometers is a noun.