So I watched this video, and found it very helpful.
I researched a bit more and cleared up why they were saying で was to be used as a particle after a place, instead of に like I'd thought, which was because both can be used, but they are used in different contexts.
Throughout this little research I did, I had a hard time understanding where adjectives were supposed to fit still.
Was there something really obvious I missed, and could you help explain to me where adjectives should go?
I've never learned another language before so I'm trying multiple approaches. I apologize if this is a ridiculous question but if I could get some help I'd appreciate it. Thanks in advance.
Edit: I've also just taken a look at this article, and seen that they always go before the noun, and also that the Japanese sentences are flexible, but is there any basic rule of thumb where you should have your adjectives in front of any of the other sentence components?