Would anyone give a short disciption with couple of examples about modifiers and intensifiers?


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A modifier is a word, phrase, or clause that describes another word or phrase. Common modifiers are adjectives, adverbs, noun adjuncts, relative clauses, and prepositional phrases.

beautiful scenery
sausage biscuit
the man who never laughed
never hungry in the morning
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Thanks a lot Aspara.

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