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Hi, Please check these and put your special attention to the underlined parts.

1. It wasn't him against implausible. -- Would a noun usually be used in the place underlined?

2. He is from everlasting.

3. She was a new kind of charismatic. -- Like no. 1, would a noun usually be used in the place underlined?

4. You shouldn't fooled by mere apperances and make a right decision. -- I Googled and seem to have seen more than plenty with the wording "a right something," instead of "the right something. I think there were a lot more with "the right something" though.
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BelieverHi, Please check these and give your special attention to the underlined parts.

1. It wasn't him against implausible. -- Would a noun usually be used in the place underlined? Yes.

2. He is from everlasting. He is from everlasting what?

3. She was a new kind of charismatic. -- Like no. 1, would a noun usually be used in the place underlined? "Charismatic" can be used as a noun - it means a person who is notably charismatic. This sentence would b acceptable.

4. You shouldn't fooled by mere appearances and make a right decision. -- I Googled and seem to have seen more than plenty with the wording "a right something," instead of "the right something. I think there were a lot more with "the right something" though. What precisely is your question? "I have made a right fool of myself"/ "It was a right decision to jump into the lake." "aright soumething" as usual will need context. Your sentence is ok.

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Thank you, Feebs11.

Are you saying that sentence 1 is correct or are you agreeing with my statement that a noun would usually be usually used for the place underlined? Which one?

As to question 4, I have known all along that when you have a word that is preceded with the adjective "right" or "wrong," the article to be used is always (it not almost always "the") "the" and not "a", but there might be cases to indicate otherwise as indicated by a profuse number of sentences with "a right" phrase. Can you tell me in what circumstances, "a right" would be correct?

Thank you.