About.com Adjectives http://japanese.abou......40101a.htm|
This week we will learn about I-Adjectives and Na-Adjectives. (pop ups)
Adjective Conjugation http://www.japanesel......&Itemid=27|
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Adjective Conjugation Chart http://www.as.ua.edu......gation.htm|
Remember to drop the final い of adjectives before you add the conjugations (except for plain old です, which isn't exactly a conjugation per se). To make the forms in the chart below casual, drop です off. Like noun conjugations, there are two alternatives for the negative forms. The first alternative ends in ~
Adjective Flashcards http://www.flashcard......iew/379838|
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Barabbi Adjectives http://www.barabbi.o......ctive.html|
English adjectives are more similar to nouns than to verbs, so they require the copula be to become predicates. On the other hand, Japanese adjectives are much more similar to verbs, so they don't need a copula. They have inflection like verbs.
Bat Adjectives http://homepage.smc.......tives.html|
Mark for Japanese adjectives, and 「b」 for Bat adjectives. Make sure to go over TWO steps to find out. Two conditions to be an adjective...
Conjugated Adjectives http://www.nona.dti.......ctive.html|
Japanese verbs have many conjugated forms. There are some rules of the conjugation. Whenever I see the conjugation chart, I wonder if non-Japanese people understand and use them. Because It's very difficult for even Japanese.
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Cornell Univ Japanese Lessons http://lrc.cornell.edu/japanese/|
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Have I mentioned how easy Japanese is? Well if I have, here's more proof. In Japanese, there are only two types of adjectives.
Great Adjective Explanation http://www.griffith.......tives.html|
Japanese adjectives have conjugation systems. Just like Japanese verbs, they change form depending on their roles in the sentence; negative root to create negation, verbal conjunction root to modify verbals; nominal conjunction root to modify nouns, etc.
Great List of Grammar Structures http://www.nafai.org......jpphrases/|
3.8 Easy/difficult, advantageous, substantial
3.9 Start and finish doing, completion
3.10 Movement (te kuru, te iku)
3.11 From now on, begin to (te iku, te kuru)
3.15 Facts, things generally accepted as
4 Conjunctional phrases
4.1 Reason and cause
4.2 In order to, for, to, so that
4.4 Even, even though, although
4.5 Limiting (Without, because not, not...but, but, instead of)
GU.edu Adjectives http://www.gu.edu.au......tives.html|
GU School of Languages and Linguistics discusses Japanese Adjectives.
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Okayama Verb Guide http://www.okayama-u......index.html|
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