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In this lesson, sensei goes over both -i and -na adjectives! Learn these words and how to conjugate them to help you become more descriptive with your sentences! These are just some of the many adjectives you'll encounter in Japanese, so please go out and study to expand your vocabulary even more!
Hot / Hot / Hot
Cold / cold
High / expensive / Expensive
Easy / Cheap / Inexpensive
Big / Big / Big
Small / Small / Small
New / New / New
Sieve / old / old
Delicious / delicious / tastes good
Does not taste good
It's hot. / It's hot. / It is hot.
I'm not hot. / It ’s not hot. / It is not hot.
It was hot / hot. / It was hot.
It wasn't hot. / It was not hot.
Convenient / Convenient
Lively / Lively / Lively
Healthy / healthy / healthy
Sadness / Kind / Gentle, Gentle
Yumeina / Famous / Famous
I am well. / I'm fine. / I am well.
It ’s not good. / I'm not fine. / I am not well.
I was fine. / I was fine. / I was well.
It wasn't fine. / I was not fine. / I was not well.
It's a big ban. / It ’s a big kite. / It is a big bag.
A new bag. / A new kite. / It is a new bag.
It is Takaikaban. / It ’s expensive. / It is an expensive bag.
The bag is big. / 鞄 is big. / The bag is big.
My bag is new. / 鞄 is new. / The bag is new.
The bag is tall. / 鞄 is expensive. / The bag is expensive.
New York is a busy city. / New York is a lively town. / New York is a lively city.
New York is a beautiful city. / New York is a beautiful town. / New York is a beautiful city.
New York is a busy town. / New York is a famous town. / New York is a famous city.
New York is lively. / New York is lively. / New York is lively.
New York is beautiful. / New York is beautiful.
New York is my dream. / New York is famous. / New York is famous.
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