Nouns used as modifiers
These nouns indicate the place where something happens.
The book is an enjoyable way of comparing city life to life in the African outback.
We go through some amazing country and camp each night at a different country pub and enjoy a few beers and a good dinner.
A boy of three was recovering yesterday after being hurled from a fairground ride.
From the windows of our hilltop house, I often marvel at the amazing growth of greenery.
Welsh police were told to search every mountain resort and hotel for the distinctive Daihatsu four-wheel drive car.
Can you imagine living in this magnificent penthouse flat in Highgate?
Follow the riverside path along the left bank of the Teviot past the ruins of a medieval castle and up the river towards Sunlaws House.
The conditions in the church and school buildings where they were housed were overcrowded and insanitary.
Gathering shells on a seaside holiday is an almost irresistible pastime.
The 300 inhabitants will be celebrating with a dance in the village hall.