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|
Japanese Adjectives - Export these flashcards to Microsoft Word or Microsoft Excel! See below or read the exporting help.
Adjective Lesson http://homepage3.nif......son-e7.htm|
The word "omoshiroi(interesting)"in "Nihongo wa omoshiroi (Japanese is interesting ", and "benri da" in "Konpyuuta wa benri da (Computers are convenient)" which express the state or situation of things, are called adjectives.
Adjectives & Nouns http://www.gu.edu.au......tives.html|
Adjectives and Nouns explained in an undefinable way in which no description is needed.
Adjectives Explained http://www.mindsprin......tives.html|
There are two classes of objects that act as what we call adjectives in English. They are classed as -i adjectives and -na adjectives. The first group are genuine Japanese words and the second are
Adjectives Flashcards http://www.langexpre......ctives.htm|
Learn Japanese Adjectives and Adverbs On-the-Go with our amazing flash cards. Speak, read, write Japanese Adjectives and Adverbs by using our unique English to Japanese Adjectives and Adverbs reference materials.
Adverbs & Gobi http://www.guidetoja......dgobi.html|
Well, the two are not related to each other but I have decided to group them in one lesson because we will be covering only the two most common gobi for now and it is too short to be a separate lesson in itself.
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Numbers, Counters, Adjectives, Verbs, Money, Time
Comparatives & Superlatives http://www.zanthan.c......01925.html|
Diary of a Japanese Student. Explains comparatives and superlatives in detail.
The comparative structures allow one to compare one thing in relation to another. For example, "My cat is cuter than your cat," or, "He is braver than anyone I know!" In English, comparative sentences are easy to pick out because they all use the conjunction than.
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Cornell University, Department of Asian Studies, Japanese Program, Kawasaki Japanese Learning Materials
Explanation of Adjectives http://animeworld.co......on3-2.html|
It's high time we learned to describe things using words other than nouns--everybody's favorite, the adjective. Japanese adjectives aren't horribly tricky, but they're a bit different from English, so brace yourself.
Flashcard Exchange - Adjectives http://www.flashcard......iew/232995|
About 50 adjectives to be exchanged and used as flashcards.
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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)
Handbook of Adjectives http://www.amazon.co......oding=utf8|
Amazon.com: Books: The Handbook of Japanese Adjectives and Adverbs by Taeko Kamiya.
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