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Japanese Numbers 数

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Soma Dom

on 27 September 2013

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Transcript of Japanese Numbers 数

Japanese Numbers
Shino Japanese

Native Japanese
1-> Hitotsu
2-> Futatsu
3-> Mittsu
4-> Yottsu
5-> Itsutsu
Shino Japanese
10-100 easy
Native Japanese
Native Japanese is absolutly complex it is moreless the hardest part of the Japanese langue. Native is from earlier times though still used so we do not forget what we have came from to what we are now.
It is used in more descolate places such as Hiroshima wish is a prime example, also Okinowa, Sendi, Oita, Akita
Native Japanese
10-> To
11-> To amari hitotsu
12-> To amari futatsu
13-> To amari mittsu
14-> To amari Yottsu
15-> To amari itsutsu
0 -> Rei
1 -> Ichi
2 -> Ni
3 -> San
4 -> Shi/Yon
5 -> Go
6 -> Roku
7 -> Nana/Shichi
8 -> hachi
9 -> Kyu/Ku
10 -> Ju
6-> Muttsu
7-> Nanatsu
8-> Yattsu
9-> Kokonotsu
10-> To
Shino Japanese
Shino Japanese is the most commonly used types of Japanese Numbering in cities such as Tokyo , Sapporo, Osaka, Yokahama, Nagasaki. Mainly tourist areas only because it makes things easier for Converstions an speaking
16-> To amari muttsu
17-> To amari nanatsu
18-> To amari yattsu
19-> To amari
20-> Hatchi
Article - in the most general sense Articles are adjectives. They are used to describe something. Or To indicate.
Taki = Expensive Kono= Not expesnive
Kuroma= Infromal Desu= Formal
Article Ni
Amari" Is whats consdiered an article it is not used to describe but to Indicate. That You are useing numbers over To or 10. Which is why in numbers right after it is their. As for numbers after 20 You must apply Amari an so on which makes Native style so complex speaking wise. Though if you master natvie Style it makes Virtually any type of asian Langue easier to comprehend in the future.
Native Style
20-> Hatachi
30-> Misoji
40-> Yosoji
50-> Isoji
60-> Musoji
70-> Nanasoji
80-> Yasoji
90-> Konosoji
100-> Momo
For many years the Numbers 4 & 9 are considered unlucky.
4-> Shi ( Which sounds like Death)
9-> Ku (The Sound of suffering)
But instead as times have moderized 4 is often pronounced "Yon an 9 is prounced Kyu"
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