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Old January 25, 2010, 06:54 PM
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The position of adjectives with nouns connected by "de"

Hola a todos:

¿Me podrían decir si están bien estas dos frases? Puse el adjetivo después del primer sustantivo porque no tiene que ser un manual de escritura pero no se puede separar "máquina de escribir" ¿es así? Does anyone know of a list of these kinds of nouns where you can't split them up or a good website that talks about this?

El manual detallado de escritura

La máquina de escribir bonita

Muchas gracias
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