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A check of five dictionaries and Wiktionary shows that the word 'soccer' is a noun only, not an adjective. (I don't know who decides these things.)

When a noun is used to describe another noun, such as soccer ball or soccer field, it's called an attributive noun.

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Q: Is soccer ball a noun or is it an adjective and noun?
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Is soccer a noun or pronoun?

Soccer is a noun, as in the sportbut it can also be an adjective as in soccer ball

Is The boy kicked the soccer ball under the car an adjective?

No, it is a sentence that might contain an adjective. But the noun soccer placed before the noun ball is not considered an adjective. It is a noun adjunct or attributive noun that does not modify the ball.

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What noun describes soccer?

Soccer is a noun as it is the name of a game. Descriptive words are adjectives. If the answer you were looking for was an 'Adjective' then my answer would be Smashing Soccer. I personally enjoy this game. :)

How would you know its a noun or adjective?

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When is a word a pronoun or adjective?

A pronoun is any word that acts as a noun. An adjective modifies a noun. The difference between a possessive adjective (my, his, her) and a possessive pronoun is that the adjective form can be used before a noun, while the pronoun form is used with a verb. The pronoun "his" is both an adjective and a pronoun, while "her" is an adjective and "hers" is a pronoun, one that could not be used before a noun (It is her ball. It is her ball.)

Is wooden ball a verb?

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