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Some words can be combined with の. These are called の-adjectives. Many are adverbs that become adjectives. The most common ones that can be used with の are たくさん、多い、and ほとんど. 多い is special. When used before the noun it changes to 多く Example: 1)車がたくさんあります。There are a lot of cars. 風でたくさんの木が倒れました。Due to the wind, many trees collapsed. 2)人が多いです。 ...


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So you might be familiar with the fact that adjectives in Japanese come in a few flavors: Na-adjectives, i-adjectives You can now add "no-adjectives" to your list. It is not official as far as I know, but thinking it over I think it will be easy and clear to you: Some examples before I get to your sentence in question: "adj before noun" 爽やかな 風 が 感じました ...


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The reason why の can be used here is already explained in this question: How does the の work in 「日本人の知らない日本語」? Regarding the nuance, I think the difference between 見込みのない and 見込みがない in your example is very subtle, and both are perfectly natural. 見込みのない may only slightly sound more politely or euphemistically. 快復 is an uncommon alternative spelling of 回復, ...



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