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What are the adjectives and nouns of this sentence and why?

"The tree of knowledge of good and evil".

thanks

--S.
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It is not a sentence because it has no verb. There are no adjectives, unless you consider the article (It modifies a noun).

The (article)
tree (noun)
of (preposition)
knowldege (noun)
of (preposition)
good (noun)
and (conjunction)
evit (noun)
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Hi. This is not a sentence.

"Tree," "knowledge," "good," and "evil" are all nouns. They are all the names of things. "Tree" is concrete. You may bang your head into it.Emotion: headbang

The others are abstrract. You cannot "sense" them.

There are no adjectives in your phrase.
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What are the nouns and adjectives in this sentence? And why?

"The tree of knowledge of good and evil."

Thanks

--S,
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