Hmm... Perhaps I should rephrase what I meant. Thanks for the explanation you offered though...
I am confused because of this example:
In this example, いつも勉強する is highlighted to show that it modifies 人. Moreover, いつも勉強する is a NON-negative, NON-past verb, used like an adjective to modify 人.
However, according to the guide, "The negative, past, and negative past conjugations of verbs can be used just like adjectives to directly modify nouns."
So can a NON-negative, NON-past VERB be used to modify nouns? Because from what I understand, a NON-negative, NON-past State-of-Being canNOT be used to modify a noun.
Thank you very much.
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