Japanese Language Lessons:
You will be learning living and spoken Japanese
In Today's Japanese spoken language
lesson, you will learn:
How to count a floor in Japanese.
Learn How to count a floor in Japanese.
Counting a floor in Japanese is
All you have to remember is a single Japanese kanji symbol called "Kai", which literally means Floor in Japanese language.
You can learn to speak this living and spoken Japanese language very fast, if you remember this simple rule.
Although we normally
use kanji script to write kai in Japanese, you can
use Hiragana symbols to write as well. Next you simply
apply numbers before "kai" symbol.
So, if it is a first floor, you put the first word of Japanese number symbols.
For example, take "I" of "ichi",
which means "1" in Japanese language, and put it
before Kai symbol, and is pronounced as "i Kai" in
It if is 2nd floor, you use "ni", which is 2 in Japanese, and become "Ni kai".
It it is 5th floor, you use "go", which is 5 in Japanese, and become "Go Kai".
Simiple, isn't it? You can this Japanese language fast, right?
Only with the 3rd floor, you need pronouce "Gai" instead of "kai"
By the way, if you don't know how to count numbers in Japanese, please see the previous article.
Exercise: Write the floors in Japanese language, and speak it out!
Fill in the form below.
Write the pronuncition of each floor in Japanese language, and speak out each floors in Japanese.
As an example, 1st, 2nd and 3rd floor is written already.
|English||How to say in Japanese langauge|
|1st floor||I kai|
|2nd floor||ni kai|
|3rd floor||san gai|
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