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Compound adjectives are adjectives that are made up of two or more words usually with hyphens (-) between them.
- To concentrate on your homework, you should usually study in brightly-lit places.
- Mr Brown still has that old-fashioned car. I don't think he will ever get rid of it.
N.B.: A compound adjective with a number does not take the 's' of the plural.
- We stay in a five-star hotel.
- He lives opposite a seven-floor building.
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