The conjugations of Na- adjectives are summarized in the table.
The na-adjective is very simple to learn because it acts essentially like a noun. All the conjugation rules for both nouns and na-adjectives are the same.
An adjective can directly modify a noun that immediately follows it. All adjectives fall under two categories: na-adjectives and i-adjectives.
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