Italian and English differ in their usage of adjectives. Italian descriptive adjectives are usually placed after the noun they modify, and with which they agree in gender and number. As a difference with English, adjectives may be placed both before or after the noun.
are both correct, but in the second one the idea of large is slightly more. More examples:
Endings for adjectives:
- Adjectives ending in -o have four forms. They need to modify their endings for gender and number.
|Gender & number||Adjective ending|
There's a list of adjectives ending in -o:
More: Italian Adjetives II