Suppose you have five dogs. You are describing them to a friend. You start with colors. (1)One is black. Another is white. Another is brown. And the others are gray.
Can you also say
(2)"one is black, one is white, one is brown and the other two are gray"?
In EFL classes we are taught (1) is the only correct way of describing a number of countable things in different colors, sizes and other features.
I was wondering if (2) is common and acceptable.