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Which is the correct ordering of adjectives and adverbs in the English language?

adverb-adjective-noun
adjective-adverb-noun
adverb-noun-adjective
noun-adjective-adverb

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    adjective-adverb-noun

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    No, that's not correct.

    I you had that order, it could be:

    large very dog

    Instead, it should be a very large dog --

    adv., adj., noun

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