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い-Adjective declension apparent inconsistency when turning into a noun
Consider these adjectives: 赤い 近い The い-declension works for sentence ending as well as directly modifying a noun: Now if I want to express the adjective as a noun, for example I'm talking about ...
Feb 13 '12 at 1:13
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