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We can use more than one adjective before a noun. There is usually one correct order.
e.g. 1. Its beautiful sunny weather. 2. John has a big brown dog.
We order adjectives according to their meaning. Word order 1. Opinion 2. Size 3. other qualities 4. Age 5. Colour 6. Origin 7. Material 8. Type 9. Purpose
GroupExamples 1.Opinion (how good?)wonderful, nice, great, terrible… 2.Size (how big?)small, large, long, tall, short… 3.Most other qualitiesquiet, famous, important, soft, fast, warm….
GroupExamples 4.Age (how old?)old, new 5.Colourgreen, red, brown… 6.Origin (where from?)China, England….
GroupExamples 7.Material (made of?)paper, wood, plastic… 8.Type (what kind?)an electric kettle, road transport… 9.Purpose (where for?)a face towel, a bread knife….
Some examples: 1. It is a big black cat. size colour 2. I bought some nice plastic souvenirs. opinion material
Some examples: 3. He has old brown shoes. age colour 4. It is a wonderful new face cream. opinion age purpose
Some examples: 5. I had a long boring boat journey. size quality 6. It is a beautiful wooden picture frame. opinion material purpose type
Exercise: 1. (boots) Theyre leather. Theyre small. ____________________________________ Theyre small leather boots.
Exercise: 2. (car) Its big. Its yellow. _______________________________ Its a big yellow car.
Exercise: 3. (a vase) Its glass. Its lovely. Its new. ___________________________________________ Its a lovely new glass vase.
Exercise: 4. (a table) small / coffee / plastic ________________________________________ Its a small plastic coffee table.
Exercise: 5. (seat) wooden / expensive / garden Its an________________________ expensive wooden garden seat.
Exercise: 6. This game is new. Its for the family. And its exciting. This is an_____________________ _____________________________ exciting new family game.
Exercise: 7. This is a chocolate bar. Its new. And its a big bar. This is a_____________________ _______________________ big new chocolate bar.
Exercise: 8. This phone is mobile. Its Chinese. And its very good. This is a_____________________ _______________________ very good Chinese mobile phone. ---THE END---
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