Adjective phrase

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An adjective phrase is a phrase with an adjective as its head. For example "very hungry".

If it's a single-word phrase is an adjective - e.g. "hungry".

An adjective phrase typically forms part of noun phrase, e.g. "very hungry" in the noun phrase "the very hungry caterpillar".

Adverbial modifiers may precede or follow the head, and typically express degree.

A modifier that precedes the head adjective must be an adverbial phrase (possibly a single-word phrase). A post-modifier can be an adverb phrase, a prepositional phrase, or even an adverbial clause. (INSERT EXAMPLES)

It is also possible to have a modifier that is partly in front and partly behind the head, called a discontinuous modifier. (INSERT EXAMPLES)