Phrases which, as a unit, act as a noun; and whose heads are nouns or pronouns. English noun phrases can include (among many other possibilities) articles or determiners such as "the" and "a" and one or more adjectives or other nouns used attributively followed by the head noun itself.

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I have difficulty using long subject

It is hard to use long noun phrase subject. I hope to make it easy to read. For example, The relation between luminance and pupil area under dynamic condition will be computed. In this case, ...
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Plural modifying noun

Where can I learn about the English rules for noun phrases in which a modifying noun is semantically plural? We say "Horse trainer," not "horses trainer", even though there is usually more than one ...
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Does Noun phrases comprise prepositions too?

Does Noun phrases comprise prepositions too? For example: -The apple in the fridge is mine. Here the noun phrase is "The apple in the fridge" or just "The apple"?
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mixed functional and non-functional requirement

Some background. Functional requirement of a web service is concerned with the correctness of the web service's function — say, the service will always return a number that is less than two. The ...
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Stress on noun + noun phrases

When two nouns are combined, the stress is usually on the first noun, as in MILK bottle, DOG house, DOORknob, and POTATO salad. However, if the first noun denotes a place, the stress seems to be on ...
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1. Yesterday, I gazed from the wooden bridge into the small river behind our college

Yesterday, I gazed from the wooden bridge into the small river behind our college. I have forgotten everything that I learned in the class Alia cooked the peas with the pressure cooker at my house. ...