Keep in mind that I'm flying by the seat of my pants (an interesting phrase that means I have no instruction manual in the cockpit). Or at least I didn't have one until Nunty provided a link. That was a revelation.Thank you, Copyright. Thanks also to Nunty for the link to the adjective order. Copyright, may I please ask you another question: So in English the texture adjectives come before color adjectives, right. I notice that you corrected my sentence to "a little soft brown stuffed bear". size-texture-color-material. I didn't see the texture adjectives listed in the list at the recommended link.
To my ear, this depends on the class of things we are talking about. If we are talking about "fuzzy bears", then "brown fuzzy bear" sounds perfect to me. But if we are talking about "bears", then I would automatically say "fuzzy brown bear".I would strongly suspect that less than 1 out of 1000 English speakers have ever heard of a proper adjective order. The rest rely on habit/feel/ear.
A brown fuzzy bear? or A fuzzy brown bear? Either one sounds perfect.
Possibly we are both wrong, but I see what you see. They advocate:Am I missing something here in Nunty's link?
The racing car example seems to break the rules given above it.
Mind you neither my eyesight nor mental faculties are what they were.