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I would just like to know if I have correctly written the first sentence in which it is an attributive adjective sentence. And the second sentence in which it is a predicative adjective sentence, where the adjective used both attributively and predicatively in both sentences is 'enormous'?

1. The enormous pine tree fell on the Whitman’s home.
2. The tree that fell on the Whitman’s home was enormous.

Are these sentences correct?

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    Both are correct. :-)

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