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Saturday, December 29, 2012

What is attribute? when i look it up, i see several definition. but i can't quite get them. after giving definition of attribute, write attribute in a sentence.

Are you talking about part of speech?
Attributes, like adjectives, describe a noun.  They modify, specify, or give details about a noun.
I had learned about attributes when I was in  elementary school in Haiti.  I think in the US they call them adjectives.

1. Li se yon moun ki pasyan.  ("pasyan" is an attribute of "moun")
2. Pèp la fatige.  ("fatige" is an attribute of "pèp)
3. Ala gason timid. ("timid" is an attribute of "gason")

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