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A head noun is:
The word that is modified by an adjective clause.
Want to see an example? Look at this sentence:
In this sentence, car is the head noun because the adjective clause modifies it.
1. The people in Japan I met were very polite and friendly.
2. The CD in the purple jewel case that I was just listening to is not very good.
3. The TOEFL prep programs here in the USA that I visited seemed quite helpful.
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