Day Twenty Four: Na Adjectives

Nahh…

This group of adjectives are a little easier to work with as it does not conjugate and are extremely easy to identify. Basically, if it does not end in AI, II, UI, or OI than it is a Na adjective. Why do we call them Na adjectives? Because the sentence structure is one that we ad the adjective particle な between the adjective and the noun it is modifying.

 

Another important thing about Na adjectives it that because they do not conjugate, they use the predicate desu. 

 

かのじょが けいれい だった。

She was Pretty.

 

いぬが しずか ではありませんでした。 

The dog wasn't quiet

 

あっちが ぼくの へん な いもうと だ 

That is my strange little sister. 

 

  

Adj  Noun…

or 

Noun が Adj Desu. 

 

*Quadrant below 


Daily Vocabulary

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  1. Well
  2. Ok
  3. Like
  4. Hate
  5. Pink
  6. Orange
  7. All
  8. Easy
  9. Quite
  10. Kind
  11. Strange
  12. Dangerous
  13. Safety
  14. Convenient
  15. Honest
  16. Polite 
  17. Important
  18. Bad
  19. Healthy
  20. Plain 
  1. Genki
  2. Daijoubu
  3. Suki
  4. Kirai
  5. Pinku
  6. Orenji
  7. Zenbu
  8. Kantan
  9. Kekko
  10. Shinsetsu
  11. Hen
  12. Kiken
  13. Anzen
  14. Benri
  15. Shoujiki
  16. Teinei
  17. Taisetsu
  18. Dame
  19. Kenko
  20. Futsuu
  1. げんき
  2. だいじょうぶ
  3. すき
  4. きらい
  5. ピンク
  6. オレンジ
  7. ぜんぶ
  8. かんたん
  9. けっこ
  10. しんせつ
  11. へん
  12. きけん
  13. あんぜん
  14. べんり
  15. しょうじき
  16. ていねい
  17. たいせつ
  18. だめ
  19. けんこ
  20. ふつう 

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