There are only three types of compound nouns, but they can cause a ton of confusion. Hyphenated nouns on their own – whether to hyphenate, not to hyphenate, to use multiple hyphens – can be mind boggling. Toss in open and closed compound nouns, and forming them properly might seem impossible. It is possible, and here are some tips to help.
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