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Please point out the attributes from these sentences and say what is expressed by. 1. I received a long letter from my friend last week.
2. She bought a nice straw hat.
3. The rising sun was bright and warm.
4. I am going to tell you something interesting.
5. It was a cold rainy day.
6. This is his discovery.
7. I have done only the first part of the task.
8. Here is the village club.
9. Some books and newspapers were lying on the table.
10. I followed my aunt's advice.
11. The workshop at our school is very large.
12. She as the first to speak.
13. I have received a letter of great importance.

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