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When we use more than one adjective in front of a noun, their order can sometimes be really confusing... Here's a simple explanation of correct adjective order in English:
GENERAL opinions are adjectives that can be used to describe almost any noun while SPECIFIC opinions are adjectives that can only describe certain nouns.
attractive, awful, bad, beautiful, good, excellent, lovely, nice, strange, cute, best, big
brilliant, delicious, comfortable, intelligent, mean, dedicated, polite, confident
In addition, there are some adjectives that can only be used in front of a noun. Some examples are:
Adjectives of direction: north, south, east, west
+ indoor, outdoor, countless, occasional, eventful
#She lives in the affluent western part of the city.
There are occasional problems with the computer system.