We have now considered most of the major adjectival positions of English, with only the extraclausal to follow in Chapter 9. There remain certain minor structural matters to be considered. They are minor, in the sense that one meets them relatively infrequently, but they are also quite interesting because of the linguistic sophistication they reveal in the usage of the ordinary speaker. We consider two of these in this chapter; a third similar issue affecting adjectival relationships must wait until Section 9.5.