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She was old woman and poor.

asked Oct 06 '11 at 03:02 Jermy Robin New member

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SHE WAS  A POOR OLD WOMAN.

 

 

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SHE WAS AN OLD WOMAN IN A POOR SITUATION.

link comment answered Oct 06 '11 at 15:12 mr mamadou bendaloue New member
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She was an old and poor woman.

 

'Old' and 'poor' are adjectives so they MUST come before the noun 'woman' which they are describing.

link comment answered Oct 06 '11 at 17:27 Egbe Idehen New member
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No, it is incorrect.

link comment answered Oct 06 '11 at 13:44 Charles Murphy New member
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Jermy,

 

Your sentence should read:
 

"She was a poor, old woman."

 

Shaila.

link comment answered Oct 10 '11 at 21:46 Shaila Fernandes Expert

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