100 Grammar Points


14. Easy Adjectives

There are 2 types of adjectives:

-i adjectives – adjectives that end in –i
-na adjectives – adjectives that add –na when placed before nouns

The -i adjectives change:

ใ‚ใคใ„ใ€€atsui – (It’s) hot || +i
ใ‚ใคใใชใ„ atsukunai – is not hot || -i + kunai
ใ‚ใคใ‹ใฃใŸ atsukatta – was hot || -i + katta
ใ‚ใคใใชใ‹ใฃใŸ atsukunakatta – wasn’t hot || -i + kunakatta

Learn this and you can use all -i adjectives!

The -na adjectives don’t change! But when placed before nouns they add a -na

ใ’ใ‚“ใ genki (healthy, active, fine) r ใ’ใ‚“ใใชๅญ genki na ko (healthy child)

100 Grammar Points


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