We love expressing ourselves and sometimes one adjective isn't enough! but is your dog

a cute little dog or

a little cute dog?


Are you putting adjectives in the correct order? Simplifying English


here's the correct adjective order:

1. a --->> determiner (e.g.: a, an, the, my, your, one, two, three, many, few etc)

2. cute --->> opinion adjective (e.g: ugly, lovely, beautiful, important, strange, nice)

3. little -->> fact adjective

dog -->> the noun


FACT adjectives have an order too!

3. Size (e.g.: small, big, huge)

4. Shape (e.g.: round, square)

5. Age (e.g.: young, ancient)

6. Color (e.g.: pink, blue, fuschia)

7.Nationality (e.g.: French, Indian)

8.Material (e.g.: wooden, leather, steel)

Are you putting adjectives in the correct order? simplifying english

Here are some examples:

1. new black french bag

2. the lovely old irish town

3. huge round wooden table

4. my pretty pink leather jacket

5. nice old Italian lady

6. lovely 15th century poem

7. remarkable short film

8. awesome informative post


Are you putting adjectives in the correct order? simplifying english


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