When we use adjectives in English, it is important to understand the verb to be
We usually use adjectives before the noun and they go in a specific order, for example:
I have a big dog called Benji.
THE ORDER OF ADJECTIVES IS AS FOLLOWS:
It is strange to have a sentence with 8 adjectives, so we just have the adjectives in the order or the rules.
I have a big, brown dog named Benji.
I have a big, old, fat brother called Alex.
Adjectives in English are always singular, study the example:
I have eleven different
s subjects at school.
A great way to expand your vocabulary is to focus on developing your language database by relating words you already know to synonyms (similar words) and antonyms (opposites) instead of translating them into your mother tongue.