A funny old business tests you on the order of adjectives.
In English, if you apply a number of different adjectives in front of a noun (and they always do go in front, in English ~ not afterwards, as in several other languages ... ), there is a definite order of 'categories' in which these adjectives are expected to go. Sometimes even native speakers become muddled, but the usual order is:
... and then, at last, the noun itself.
Meanwhile, almost any adjective may itself be further modified by an adverb in front of it ('a seriously expensive accident') ...
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