In this episode you will learn the colours in Japanese and the different verbs used when wearing clothes.
Colours are used to modify noun phrases. This is just fancy wording that gramerians use that means: adjectives are used to give you more information about nouns. For example, a red car or a yellow t-shirt. The use of colours in Japanese speech is straight forward, however, it takes a little bit of practice and memorisation. You don't need to worry about that because after our online practise you will be able to remember the colours.
We will also cover regularly occurring nouns relate in the tutorial to help you memorise and use them. We will stick mainly with nouns relating to articles of clothing.
Below is a table that contains some of the main colours that are used in daily speech.
Table: Colours in Japanese
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