22 Simple Ways to Use Quiet(静か) in Japanese
“Quite (静か)” has been often used in daily conversation, however, I’d say Japanese learners only use “___は静かです”. So, let me introduce how to use 静か with 22 ways to improve and enhance your vocabulary and skill in dairy conversation such as native speakers today!
Quiet / Silent
“静か” means quiet or silent, and “静か” has been used not only for the places but it has been also used for the personalities and the states of something as well. For example, using “静か” for the places is that “静かな場所” means a quiet place, using “静か” for the personalities is that “静かな人” means a quiet person, for the states is that “静かな夜” means a quiet night. Furthermore “静か” has been used as an adjective(静かな) but it has been used as an adverb(静か) such “静かに歩く” which means quietly walk.