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Hi,

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.
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Hi Believer

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

CB
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Hi,
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?
Long=adjective
Kilometers is a noun.