I'm currently studying with Genki 1. And i came across an excersise that tells us to describe a person based on his picture. I choosed a man named Mizuno.
I want to say: "Mizuno is fat, short (in stature), is listening to music and is wearing a hat"
But i want to do it all in one sentence. Is it possible? Is it correct?
I can also arrange it to be:
I'm going to go through each one and what i did: 太る(fat. verb) i used 太って to connect with the next sentence because using the て form of a verb to do so is what i learned.
低い(short in lenght. Adjective i) 低くて because the て form of i adj. replaces the last い for くて and that way i can connect with the next sentence.
Again 聞いて is in て form
被る( to wear. verb used with hat) 被っています。
Is it natural or correct to connect all of this words like this to describe someome? How would a japanese person do it? The book uses this format: 水野は太っています 背が低いです 音楽を聞いています。 帽子を被っています。
But this feels so textbook like.