Ordinary enormous chocolate factory

We don’t have to just stop at two adjectives. Here’s a snippet with three. 

And it wasn't simply an ordinary enormous chocolate factory, either.

Yes, but not here.

Many, many words in English can do multiple jobs, depending on their context.

  • The word chocolate is noun when you refer to something you eat.
  • It's an adjective when you refer to the colour of your labrador.
  • It's a different type of adjective when you refer to the type of factory you are going to visit.

It's like the way a screwdriver can be used to screw screws, but it can also be used to pry open lids, scratch your back, or stab a zombie. Words are tools that can be used in all sorts of ways.

And it wasn't simply an everyday family cracker factory, either.

And it wasn't simply a creepy shadowy terror factory, either.

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