Learn about the adjective order of Standard American English and your new favorite memory aid: DOSA-SCOMP.
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18 thoughts on “Adjective order | The parts of speech | Grammar | Khan Academy”
Thank you so much! It's very enlightening! God bless you more!
<3 thank you so much
As a South Indian I find this funny
isn't it Shape after the size?
scomp i think is poop.
Black metal? m/
I'm not a native speaker but french old white house doesn't make sense at all. I don't know why
Makes sense though there's a lot there.
I will always remember #DosaScomp
In school, it is OSIASHCOM
Thank you so much, this helped me study.😀
Thank you for this. I caught it on the Khan app, and honestly I'd never thought of it before. I don't know that I agree with this 100%. Opinion and size are interchangeable in order. Think of Roald Dahl's Big Friendly Giant, which is is size-opinion-object. One can also think of a large scary caterpillar, or small foolish things. Perhaps there should be a note on this in the video?
Cumulative adjectives do not require a comma and follow a specific order while coordinate adjectives require a comma (for three or more) and may be arranged in any order. Both may be either attributive or predicate adjectives.
I know about OPSHACOM