Adjectives order in English
Adjectives' order in English
A few years ago I was told there is a specific order for adjectives in English (opinions first, then size, shape and so on). I never really learned it and I rather tried to follow the "rythm" of the language. I guess it partly worked because " a yellow marvellous flower" doesn't sound right to me.
But I often say " an Indian native speaker" when I found out I should actually say "a native Indian speaker", and started to question the way I place adjectives.
Should I worry about this and try to fix it? Learning all the categories seems impractical to me, especially for spoken English. Do you have any advice?