So let’s dive in and learn how to count in Japanese. The Japanese numbers are actually easy to master once you understand the basics. Believe it or not, Spanish has some similar stumbling blocks – like the difference between porque, por quÃ©, por queÂ and porquÃ©. But now comes the tricky part because the Sino-Japanese reading (ichi, ni, san or “one, two, three” as we say in English) uses counters. ãã¾ã (Gomai no hagaki wo kaimasu) means the same thing, but puts the emphasis on the quantity.
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