Na adjective in Japanese

Japanese language has adjectives. It is an important part of Japanese grammar. There are 2 types of adjective: na-adjective and i-adjective. On this article we will learn about na-adjective in Japanese language.

Hiragana
Kanji
Reading
Meaning
かんたんな
簡単な
kantan-na
easy
ひまな
熱な
hima-na
not busy
きれいな
綺麗な
kirei-na
beautiful/clean
にぎやかな
賑やかな
nigiyaka-na
lively/busy (area)
しずかな
静かな
shizuka-na
quiet (area)
べんりな
便利な
benri-na
convenient
ふべんな
不便な
fuben-na
inconvenient
げんきな
元気な
genki-na
energetic/healthy
しんせつな
親切な
shinsetsu-na
kind
ゆうめいな
有名な
yuumei-na
famous
はでな
派手な
hade-na
shiny/flashy
じみな
地味な
jimi-na
simple/plain

It is necessary to know about adjectives to understand Japanese grammar correctly. Therefore, try to grasp these adjectives little by little. It will be helpful for learning and understanding Japanese language efficiently.

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