ORDER OF ADJECTIVES

La posición del adjetivo en inglés varía según su función.

a.) Atributo (atributivos). Se colocan como norma general delante del nombre al que califican

An interesting book / Un libro interesante    A tall girl / Una chica alta

Si existe más de un adjetivo, se colocan igualmente delante. 

A big brown bear / Un gran oso marrón
A tall and thin girl Una chica alta y delgada

b.) Predicado (predicativos), se colocan detrás del verbo.

This house is beautiful / Esta casa es bonita

Algunos adjetivos pueden cambiar de significado si su uso es atributivo o predicativo.

Ill luck / Mala suerte        She’s ill / Ella está enferma

Adjectives are often placed before a noun in the following order:

EVALUATION/OPINION APPEARANCE AGE COLOR ORIGIN FUNCTION
EVALUATION/
OPINION
APPEARANCE/
QUALITY
AGE /
PERIOD 
COLOR/
PATTERN
ORIGIN /
MATERIAL 
TYPE /
FUNCTION
beautiful SIZE / MEASURE new-born red GEOGRAPHICAL TYPE
good big / large old green French 1st class
bad small / little young blue Mexican multi-purpose
ugly low new light-yellow beach wireless
interesting high antique striped mountain HD / 3-D
fascinating heavy ancient dark blue oceanic men’s
intelligent SHAPE five-year-old deep purple MATERIAL FUNCTION
pretty triangular brand-new pink ceramic hunting
unsightly square five-day-old brown cotton cooking
foul CONDITION century-old rose wooden walking
stupid chipped mature olive titanium running
silly broken middle-age aqua dancing
ridiculous rotten teenage lime front-loading
easy shiny prehistoric polka-dot off-road
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