In English, we use a customary order when we string adjectives together to modify a noun. For the adult ESL learner, this is usually an enigma, and more likely than not, the American English speaker that they may ask to explain why we say "long red German sports car" instead of "German red long car sports" will simply say, "That's wrong!" without being able to give a reason why. This packet helps to unravel the mystery. Many other handouts, including this one, are contained in my book, "Let's Look At It This Way!", which is available in my store. It's actually a pretty good deal. For the cost of a few handouts, you get 50+ to reproduce for your instructional and classroom use.