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One simple approach is to use かつ, which is one of the stiffest words to say "and" in Japanese. It can be used also with i-adjectives and na-adjectives (see the link), but since most taru-adjectives are stiff and solemn, かつ works very well with them, too. Simply join the kanji parts and treat them as a long taru-adjective: 堂々かつ平然たる態度


Overview: Modern Japanese There is some brief discussion of these in the English Wikipedia, in the "taru adjectives" section of the "Adjectival noun" article here, and a bit more detail in the "taru adjectives" section of the "Japanese equivalents of adjectives" article here. Long story short, the -taru adjectives in ...


Here's a usage overview for the て-form in Japanese. Usage 5 is summarised as "Means and Method": 大根を買って、おでんを作ります。(I will buy a daikon and then I will make oden.) 大根を使っておでんを作ります。(I will make oden with daikon.) バイトをして、新しいPCを買います。(I will work and then I will buy a new PC.) バイトで得たお金で新しいPCを買います。(I will buy a new PC from my salary.) With this usage, ...

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