The order of adjectives - Ernest Expert Service
This is a tough (= difficult) question! The rules are not carved in stone (=subject to change), but putting adjectives in the correct order seems to come naturally for native speakers. For example we say a brown leather wallet, not a leather brown wallet. This may be frustrating for learners of English . However, we can use the following order as a general rule:. Quality size/age/shape colour origin noun. I bought a fantastic new green Japanese teacup. Aise Kanda Building 8F. Proudly powered by Weebly.
'everyday' and 'every day' - Ernest Expert Service
This is a another great question. "Every day" and "everyday" are often confused. "Everyday" is an adjective 形容詞. It goes in front of a noun and means routine or normal 普段の ・日常の. For example:. 26085;常の英語を勉強しています。 On the other hand, "every day" means each day. I study English every day. . 27598;日、英語を勉強しています. So you could say:. I study everyday English every day! 31169;は日常の英話を毎日勉強しています！ Tokyo, Chiyoda-ku, Kanda-Sudacho 1-24. Aise Kanda Building 8F. Proudly powered by Weebly.