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if there are all the elements which can be adjective before a noun, can you give me how should i put them in the right position in order? if there a rule or a good example i can follow?

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    This is a surprisingly complex issue that on one hand does not have hard and fast rules but on the other hand will have a sentence sound natural or unnatural to people in ways that they can’t explain. It has been discussed fruitfully on ELU. – Tyler James Young Dec 3 '14 at 15:49
  • @TylerJamesYoung, I totally missed that "ELU" was a link in your comment. :-) – Hellion Dec 3 '14 at 18:52

Check out this guide. It's the most complete one I've seen.

Order of English Adjectives

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