Welcome, in this lesson you will learn how to put many adjectives in the correct order. You already know that adjectives describe nouns and pronouns. For example, the teacher is happy. Teacher is the noun. Happy is the adjective that describes teacher. They are excited. They is the pronoun and excited is the adjective that describes they. You could have many adjectives to describe one noun. For example, here are some nouns and some adjectives we could use to describe them. We can add more and more adjectives. But what order should the adjectives go in? How do you know what order to use? The good news is there is an order to adjectives. First comes the number, then opinion, size, shape, condition, age, color, pattern, origin, material, and then purpose. One way to remember this order, is by using this sentence, now, on, small, slim, couches, a, cat, puts, on, magic, pajamas. Now, on, small, slim, couches, a, cat, puts, on, magic, pajamas. Now, let's take a closer look. If we have the noun dresses, we could use these adjectives to describe them. twenty, pretty, petite, long, clean, new, red, lacy, French, silk, wedding, dresses. But usually we only use three to four different types of adjectives for one noun. For example, for this woman, we can describe her as pretty, slim, blond, Canadian. Here's a challenge for you. How many different types of adjectives can you use to describe this dog? You may not be able to use all the different types of adjectives. Here's a possible answer. One, sweet, medium, strong, young, white, spotted, English, hunting dog. In this lesson, you learned how to put many adjectives in the correct order. Thanks for watching.