Have you seen a phrase contained many epithet in English? Epithets consist of adjectives. For example: The clever tall young Australian actor. Bold font above are the epithet.
We already know the formula in english: DOECH
- D = Determiner (article)
- O = Ordinative (numeral)
- E = Ephitet (adjectives)
- C = Classsifiying (Noun as adjectiives)
- H = Head Word
Epithet divided by: DI SI A T SHA CO
- DI = Descriptive Enumerator
- SI = Size
- A = Age
- T = Temperature
- SHA = Shape
- CO = Color
This order is "fixed". Now, my question is: Is that the same with German to form such extended noun Phrase?
I need this answer for my exam. Any answers will be appreciated. I hope my question is understandable and not complicated.