Let's learn Japanese adjectives such as big and small, hot and cold.
In Japanese language, there are two kinds of adjectives: regular adjectives called i-adjectives and irregular adjectives called na-adjectives. Here, we introduced i-adjectives.
The i-adjectives conjugate into different forms, affirmative or negative, present or past.
All i-adjectives end with i.
Each form can be made by changing the last, -i as follows.
ex. atsui (hot)
We explain clearly about Japanese adjectives and how to use it with many examples in our publications to learn Japanese, Building Up Conversation.
|takai||expensive, high, tall|
|ooi||many, a lot|
|sukunai||few, a little|
|futoi||thick (cylindrical object)|
|hosoi||thin (cylindrical object)|
|atsui||thick (flat object)|
|usui||thin (flat object)|