I usually say that English grammar is much more easier and simpler than the Spanish one. However, there are some aspects like the one we are going to see here that are a little bit difficult to study. I’m talking about the Adjective Order.
You already know that adjectives have no genre or number in English. It means they always come in the singular form. However, you must take into account the order of adjectives when they come before the noun. And be careful because in English, it is common to use more than one adjective before a noun.
In the following links you will find all the information related to the position of adjectives in the sentence, as well as some webpages with lots of exercises in order to practise. Here you are a useful sample:
|Opinion||+ Size||+ Age||+ Shape||+ Colour||+ Origin||+ Material||+ Purpose|
CLICK HERE: This page will explain the different types of adjectives and the correct order for them, and you can continue with exercises at the bottom of the page.
Grammar review and EXERCISE (choose the correct answer)
Grammar and EXERCISE (Choose the correct answer)
QUIZ: Order of Adjectives.
EXERCISE: Choose the correct answer