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The colorful paper decorations were ruined by the sudden storm? what are all the adjectives

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    Adjectives describe nouns and pronouns.

    The nouns are decorations, storm.

    What three adjectives describe these nouns?

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    the adjectives are colorful, paper and sudden. IS this correct?

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    Right! :-)

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