「Adjectives and Adverbs」
「Types of Adjectives」
There are two different types of adjectives in the Japanese language, i-adjectives, where each word in this subset end with i・い. Then there is the na-adjectives, which similar to the i-adjectives, has the words in this subset end in na・な. The major distinction being that while i-adjectives are words that are Japanese in origin, while na-adjectives are most usually Chinese in origin.
Japanese adjectives, when used as noun modifiers, similar to English, precede the modified nouns. If the noun modifiers are foreign loan-words, they of course become na-adjectives.
Ōkii ie・大きい家・A big house
Kuroi kuruma・黒い車・A black car
Kireina hana・きれいな花・A pretty flower
Modanna biru・モダンなビル・A modern building
Genkina hito・元気な人・A healthy person
Yunīkuna aidia・ユニークなアイヂイア・A unique idea
(*´∪`) こゆうきあいはら (*´∪`)