On this page, you can learn how to join more than two adjectives in Japanese. Click here if you want to see the list of Japanese adjectives.
‘cute’ is かわいい. ‘small’ is ちいさい. Then, how would you say ‘cute and small’?
The most common mistake is 「かわいい と ちいさい」 because と is ‘and’.
However, と can’t be used to join adjectives. It is used for nouns only.
To join adjectives, you need to use くて or で.
That is why ‘cute and small’ is かわいくてちいさい.
Task: Change into Japanese.
- small and red
- tall and cool (to describe a person)
- strict and quiet
- handsome and kind
- big and scary
Task: Change into English.
- cheap and yummy
- dangerous and scary
- loud and big
- cute and red
- quiet and fast