How to Place Adjectives in Order| The English Student. This blog post contains an easy-to-understand explanation of the rules for correctly ordering multiple adjectives being used to describe a single noun, as well as the above visual aid, example sentences, and a short self-quiz for students. This could be valuable for helping higher proficiency ELLs understand this slightly tricky nuance of English.
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