Indeed it is. One thing recently that I've found super interesting is how many rules about English that native English speakers know, but can't name. This may be known amongst some of you but, I'll still share.
Firstly, adjectives in English are always in the order of opinion, size, age, shape, color, origin, material, purpose, and then the noun. An example might be, "Great big old circular golden German wooden rocking chair". However, if you move any of those words before "chair" around, the sentence sounds alien and awkward.
There's also the rule of ablaut reduplication. Do you know what it is? Probably not. However, if someone said "hop-hip" or "zag-zig", you'd know those are wrong, but you wouldn't know why. It sounds wrong because of ablaut reduplication. If you repeat a word with an altered vowel, the word with an "i" as the vowel has to go first. Zig-zag, hip-hop, chit-chat. In phrases with three words, it's got to go I-A-O.