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  • konna


pre-noun adjectival (rentaishi)

  • such (about something/someone close to the speaker (including the speaker), or about ideas expressed by the speaker)
  • like this

Examples of こんな in a Sentence

This is the way he treated me.
She can read even this difficult a kanji.
Never have I seen such a crowd of people.
Of all places to meet you!
Do not read books in such a dim room.
It was a mistake for such a young parent to have, and raise a child.
Your work has been causing a lot of complaints from customers; I'm ordering you to leave immediately. "Oh, up yours! I didn't want to work here in the first place."
Such treatment would make anybody rebel.
It's a pity for you to have to stay indoors in this weather.
Have you ever tasted such a good soup?

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  • い adjectives are the true Japanese adjectives. な adjectives are the pseudo-Japanese adjectives.  Both are equally important to learn.
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