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    We Japanese learn that any word which explains a noun is adjectival. :?

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    And what is worse, I've been teaching that way.

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    We use it when nouns modify other nouns, but infinitives are regarded as infinitves.

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    If you have a Japanese student or a Japanese friend, ask him/her about this problem. His/her answer would be the same as mine. :)

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