When you're in a deep imagination


Is this is correct? Can we use an adjective after "in a"

asked Feb 17 at 14:32 Andy Brown New member

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Hello.  Your phrase is confusing to me.  Post your complete sentence so we can see your meaning more clearly.

link comment answered Feb 17 at 16:32 noexpert jck4514@aol.com Expert

You can use an adjective after "in a."

You're in a deep depression.

"In a deep imagination" doesn't make any sense though.

link comment answered Feb 18 at 14:41 Lewis Neidhardt Grammarly Fellow

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