Hi! Trying to figure out the grammar, but I can’t seem to find it in my books (or I’m overlooking it when I do stumble upon it).
“I like cheerful puppies” is 陽気な子犬は好きます
I’d like to (in an excel spreadsheet I’m laying out of sentence structures and conjugation-like elements) nail down the format for “I like un-cheerful puppies”.
I know (I think I know) that the polite form negation of an い-adjective is to smoosh “くな” between the adjective stem and the i. I don’t know what to do with a な-adjective.
Grateful for any help. I know I can say “I don’t like cheerful puppies” which is much the same, but not quite.