One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
- ‘The least complex postmodifier - and by far the most common - is a prepositional phrase.’
- ‘Stacking up postmodifiers like this is usually a bad idea, especially when adjacent pairs have as strong an affinity for one another as ‘published in 1993 by Peter Steiner’.’
- ‘We won't get into pre- and postmodifiers at this moment.’
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