The simplest things seem to be the hardest.
I am exercising the "does not have to be" structure.
If I want to say "the book does not have to be expensive", it is (may be?):
But how do I say "the book does not have to be expensive and big"?
I asked this in chat and got a kind answer from Xeo.
Xeo, thank you for your help and I hope I may quote you here:
@saidy afaik, you generally connect adjectives with the て-form. So I'd wager it works here, too: 「本は高くなくて大きくなくてもいいです。」
I may be totally wrong, though. Better wait until one of the gurus answer this :)
Is this the correct way to connect adjectives in this case?
Thank you for reading this far. Any help is appreciated.