Japanese adjective declension (cheat sheet)

Last week we’ve published a Japanese verb conjugation cheat sheet. Many of you found great use in it, and we’re now releasing the second part in this series—a Japanese adjective declension chart.

Japanese adjective inflection

You will need to be able to read hiragana to make good use of the sheet. If you can’t, do head over to Kana101 (it’s free!) and master it in just two weeks.

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