"My favorite store."
Translation:Mi tienda favorita.
@George.Ryan tienda word is feminine goes with la ( la tienda) so we use there 'tienda favorita' On the other hand, yes there is the existence of favorito... Other word for store is 'el local' ( you can get the synonym by clicking on the word ) So 'local' is masculine. You can use both..., • Mi tienda favorita. • Mi local favorito. Hope you get that !
Generally, adjectives come after the noun. But not always.
Can you elaborate more on "when using more complex sentences how do you know when to put what word first?" I'm not sure exactly what you're asking. That seems to be a pretty broad question.
Typically, you use "de" when the following word is a noun (una ensalada [de] queso/A salad made of cheese), and leave out the "de" if the following word is an adjective (Un abrigo rojo/A red coat). Saying "Un abrigo de rojo" would be saying "A jacket made of red," but red isn't really an actual substance or material you can make things out of, just a word to describe an object.
Hopefully this helped out!
Can there be a way to skip tips? I know how gendered endings work. I just mistype carelessly sometimes. This feels equivalent to if you're trying to climb a cliff or something in a video game, and every time you fall off there's an unskippable cutscene explaining the climbing mechanics again.
As explained before on this page, adjectives generally come after the noun.