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Today's lesson is about numbers

Before we get too much further into Japanese grammar and verb conjugation, it would be a good idea to learn Japanese numbers.
Once you know the Japanese words for 1 through 10, the other numbers are a piece of cake.
11 is simply ten with a one after it, 11 (juuichi, juuichi),. 
The other numbers are like this, too. 12 –juuni, 13 –juusan, etc.
20 is simply twenty (nijuu, nijuu), 21 –nijuuichi, and so forth.

Reference from the Japan Foundation


Numbers are one of the universally used ones.


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