Counting in Japanese
This free audio lesson on counting in Japanese is essential stuff for your Japanese language survival kit! Want to know how much something costs when you go shopping? Want to tell someone the address where you’re staying or the house number you’re visiting? Or perhaps you may want to know how old someone is, or how many children they have.
There are so many reasons to know how to count in Japanese, and the Rocket Japanese team are here to help. Starting with the basics, by the end of this lesson you’ll know how to count in Japanese from numbers one to ten. Let’s get started!
Resources for further reading:
Counting From One to Ten in Japanese
Practice Your Pronunciation With Rocket Record
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That’s it for this lesson.
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よく できました！ (Yoku dekimashita!) "Well done!"
Sayaka Matsuura: Rocket Japanese
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