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11 Dec 2017

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I learnt about conjugating na-adjectives really early on, but I have suddenly just realised that I am unsure of something seemingly basic, and google hasn't helped.

I know you add な to na adjectives when they come before and modify a noun, but is this also the case if you are using the negative conjugation of a na adjective?

E.g. 忠実ないな人 << is this correct? I don't think I have actually come across a negative of a na adjective used in this way. Is it more normal to use another word rather than the negative in this situation? Thank you :)

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