Adjective placement

How to place adjectives into sentences correctly
As you probably already know, the adjective generally follows the noun and carries a general descriptive meaning.

Example:
However, there are some adjectives that normally come before the noun, such as:
Adjectives above can also follow the noun for emphasis or contrast and when modified by an adverb:
In addition, in some cases we can also switch the usual positions in order to stress the adjective and carry an emphatic meaning.

Compare:
Bello undergoes the same kinds of form changes as the definite article:

lo → bello
l' → bell'
gli → begli
il → bel
i → bei
la → bella
le → belle

If placed after the noun, bello is treated like a normal adjective ending in -o.
When we have two or more adjectives we can place them freely around the noun they refer to, except for adjectives deriving from a noun and ending in:
-ale, -are, -ico, -ista, -istico, -ano, -oso.

These ones follow the noun they refer to even when there are more than one:
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