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Why does そっくり（な？） take the な particle?
I was reading this page: http://helps.ameba.jp/faq/pigg/5301/post_362.html and I found そっくりな, however my dictionary says it's an adverbial noun... and I though those took の as their particle-Then ...
Jun 15 '13 at 5:39
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