Grammar Patterns

Nouns used as modifiers

Times

These nouns indicate the period of time when something happens.
They want to be in Devon because they spent childhood holidays there.
And there will certainly be a delicious dessert wine to finish off an evening meal.
Birmingham New Street rail station was closed in the morning rush hour after a fire on board a locomotive spread into a roof duct over four platforms.
If you've got a summer holiday booked, you're probably starting to long for the departure date.
The couple's eldest child Alison, 14, had missed the family's regular Sunday walk so that she could visit friends.

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