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How would you link adjectives in a sentence?

い or 'i' adjectives drop the い or 'i' and add くて or 'kute'

な or 'na' adjectives remove the な or 'na' and add で or 'de'

For example, this is an interesting and clean book:

これはおもしろくて、きれいな本です。

Or this is a clean and interesting book:

これはきれいで、おもしろい本です

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