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If you are using more than one adjective to describe a noun, you have to pay attention to the order in which you use those adjectives.

Using the adjectives in the wrong order will still communicate the idea, but it will sound unnatural.

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General Opinion Specific Opinion Size Shape Age Color Nationality/ Ethnicity Material
Nice

Good

Bad

Beautiful

Kind

Tasty

Friendly

Clever

Big

Small

Tiny

Huge

Oval

Round

Square

Fat

Old

Young

New

Red

Blue

Off-white

Yellow

American

Senegalese

French

Mongolian

Wood

Metal

Cloth

Plastic

Examples:
I saw a beautiful, clever, tiny, old French woman in town.

It was a mean, huge, bright orange, Galapagos Land Iguana.

She is a nice, short Burmese woman with huge curly red hair.

 

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