You’ve found the Japanese adjectives lesson!
In this lesson we are going to concentrate on learning adjectives. We are not going to worry about whether they are i adjectives or na adjectives (we can worry about that later).
For now, all we are going to do is concentrate on learning a whole swag of adjectives so you can describe things simply.
How will you be able to describe things?
Well, once you have learned some Japanese adjectives, you will be able to use the following sentence structure:
thing wa adjective desu
Simple as that!
So, we can say:
heya wa hiroi desu
The room is big/spacious
jitensha wa chiisai desu
The bicycle is small
Okay let’s get started…
Commonly Used Japanese Adjectives Lesson
Here they are:
Association: itai/painful: Imagine someone eats your eye (eat-eye). That would be very painful.
mazui bad tasting/not delicious
That’s it for today.
Remember to make up a mnemonic/association for each of these words and concentrate on it for a minimum of ten seconds. This will help you to remember the words. I have done the first one for you.
Also, practice with the sentence structure I gave you above.
Okay, it’s good-bye from me for today.