hey i'm having a problem with adjective...can u help on it pls....
What problem do you have? If you write us the problem concretely, we might help you.

It is usually the ordinal before the cardinal: the first six girls are my daughters.

Adjective order can be found by googling the phrase, which will turn up such sites as [url="http://web2.uvcs.uvic.ca/elc/studyzone/410/grammar/adjord.htm "]THIS[/url].

Good luck on your examination.
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hello...i'm having a problem in the order of adjectives.I don't know which one comes first is it the cardinal or the ordinal???

Can u give me asite wherein i can study adjectives???Actually its our exam tom. and i'm still preparing for it.thanks.........i need ur reply very soon
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hey last question...how aboout using adjective as the subject and the object of the sentence,How's that be???

And what is an object of the verb???
Adjectives can become nouns, but then they are no longer functioning as adjectives-- they are pronomials:

The rich get rich and the poor get poorer. (rich/poor = rich/poor people)

Closer to remaining an adjective is:

There is nothing like the mysterious to raise one's hackles. (Still, mysterious = mysterious things/sounds etc)

If it can be a subject, then it can be an object (the thing that receives the action of the verb):

Steal from the rich, give to the poor-- Robin Hood, Robin Hood, Robin Hood! (song lyrics)
I am not at all afraid of the mysterious.