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Many notable poets often lived in the New England states.

In the above sentence is New England an adjective? Im sure that many and notable are but I am unsure if New England is. Also i need to know the subject modifiers which i think are many and notable which I think modifys poets?????

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  1. Yes, New England is a proper adjective modifying states. Your other two adjectives are also right. They both modify the subject, poets.

  2. thank you :}

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  3. You're welcome. :-)

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