Learn how to count numbers in Japanese, and the logical part of Japanese language for numbering.
A lot of people know how to
count Japanese numbers from 1 to 10.
You can also watch my Japanese video lesson to listen to how a native Japanese people really pronounce numbers shown on this website.
Ok, let's start to learn how
to count numbers 1 to 10 in Japanese.
Now, let's learn how to count
numbers after 11 to 99.
For example, 11 is combined
with the number of 10 and 1.
Writing numbers in Japanese kanji will make it easier to understand the logical part of Japanese language.
If it is bit too hard to understand what I have just explained, please see the numbers written in Japanese kanji.
As you can see above, those
are numbers wirtten in Japanese kanji from 1
21 is combined with 2, 10, and 1 kanji numbers.
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