Japanese Color Adjectives – Special Japanese Colors | Japanese Ask-a-Teacher! #95-2





What are the most basic Japanese Color Adjectives? Did you know that there are adjectives AND noun versions for certain colors in Japanese? Let’s learn what those colors are!

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In this video, George Trombley talks about what are the most basic Japanese Color Adjectives. Did you know that there are adjectives AND noun versions for certain colors in Japanese? Let’s learn what those colors are and what their conjugations are as well!

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Comments

  • Posted: September 23, 2020 13:22

    Paul Pardee

    Change any noun into an adjective by adding の just blew my mind! (Can you tell i'm watching your videos out of order?)
  • Posted: September 23, 2020 13:22

    Lewis 1992

    This was really interesting, thanks! :) I gave up trying to learn Japanese about a year ago, but I still occasionally watch these videos as they're interesting.
  • Posted: September 23, 2020 13:22

    Masa yama

    1:58 George said "KON" is wolves howling in japanese. But it's known as fox's voices. He might confused with them. I think like "WAO~~N" is common expression for wolves.
  • Posted: September 23, 2020 13:22

    Fummy

    I'd never heard of "こん" either so thanks for the riddle.
  • Posted: September 23, 2020 13:22

    1いかり

    Thank you for everything George
  • Posted: September 23, 2020 13:22

    ハイメ

    とても分かりやすいです。
  • Posted: September 23, 2020 13:22

    sunshine2919

    You are such a good teacher!! Thank you!! 😭🙏
  • Posted: September 23, 2020 13:22

    hollyhockgod

    Doesn't unko-kun mean "shit-boy"?
  • Posted: September 23, 2020 13:22

    Ulyana Zhukova

    I just want to gice you a deep- felt hug. Your personality and your precios books have been part of Julio's adolescence. Every day of his young life is very special, positive and constructive. A world of "Thank You", George. I wish I could be helpful to YOU somehow someday.
  • Posted: September 23, 2020 13:22

    Charlie e

    3:13 I believe, the colours you're calling earth colours particularly white and black (not brown) are tones or shades and are not colours.
  • Posted: September 23, 2020 13:22

    Edgar Chavez

    I had a question regarding colors and their use in the noun form. Why is it that a の is used instead of a な, like you would with regular nouns?

    Can you also use らしい and っぽい after a noun form of a color to mean -ish? Like reddish?
  • Posted: September 23, 2020 13:22

    Kyzen Del Aguia

    KURO-SAMA
  • Posted: September 23, 2020 13:22

    Grutzujin

    Ive seen な, rather than の, after some if the noun colors.
    Is that correct?
    みどりな花
    みどりの花
    Both ok?
  • Posted: September 23, 2020 13:22

    JustAnton

    I mean, it would look weird to write グレーい or オレンジい. Is there even any combination of Katakana and Hiragana/Kanji like that? (Excluding modification with の)
  • Posted: September 23, 2020 13:22

    Akira Nagasaki

    it seems, that i have already seen this video... just a feeling...
  • Posted: September 23, 2020 13:22

    Ulyana Zhukova

    So much flame in the fire, George!
  • Posted: September 23, 2020 13:22

    Post-Hardcore Anime

    A fellow metallica fan george-sensei? Or is it you like the shirt?
  • Posted: September 23, 2020 13:22

    Jamie Byrne

    Loving the Metallica t-shirt!!
  • Posted: September 23, 2020 13:22

    Бутер Брод

    紺 is "navy blue"
  • Posted: September 23, 2020 13:22

    Hepburn

    Btw, I see you didn't mention the difference between ''Noun color + no + thing'' and ''Adj. color + thing'' so here's the difference as far as I know: when you use the Noun color + no, the thing that you're modifying isn't solely that color, but if you use the latter, the thing that you're talking about has to be THAT colour only.
  • Posted: September 23, 2020 13:22

    Couch Tomato

    ん〜面白いテーマ。日本人でも言われてみるまでそのルールに気づかなかった😄

    ◯◯っぽい is almighty . Ex) 赤っぽい車。グレーっぽい服。オレンジっぽいシャツ。But it is a little bit weak. ◯◯っぽい means "looks like" or "similar to " or "seems to be" or like that.
  • Posted: September 23, 2020 13:22

    Hepburn

    Yeahh! Keep these series up please!
  • Posted: September 23, 2020 13:22

    R S

    Love it!! Thank you so much!

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