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Eight (things) in Japanese đŸ‡¯đŸ‡ĩ

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eight (things) やãŖつ
How to say “eight (things)” in Japanese? “やãŖつ”. Here you will learn how to pronounce “やãŖつ” correctly and in the comments below you will be able to get all sorts of advice on eight (things) in Japanese like tips & tricks to remember it, questions, explanations and more.

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やãŖつ info.

Romanized Characters:
やãŖつ: yattsu

Tips to Remember the Japanese Word:
1. Visual Association: Imagine counting eight small objects (like pebbles) and place an image of '8' next to them.
2. Sound Connection: The word やãŖつ (yattsu) sounds somewhat like "yacht" followed by "tsu." You can think of eight yachts lined up in a row to remember this.
3. Repetition: Recite the numbers in sequence from one to ten in Japanese frequently, focusing on やãŖつ when you reach eight.

– やãŖつ is a counter used in Japanese for counting eight objects. It is part of the traditional Japanese counting system, which includes irregular forms for some of the numbers.

Other Words that Mean the Same Thing:
– å…Ģつ (やつ, yatsu): Though not used as commonly, å…Ģつ can also refer to eight things but can also mean "eight years old" in some contexts.

Alternate Meanings/Slang:
– There are no significant slang or alternate meanings specifically associated with やãŖつ. It is primarily used for counting tangible items.

Examples of Sentences Using やãŖつ:
1. テãƒŧブãƒĢぎ上ãĢりんごがやãŖつありぞす。
– Romanized: Teeburu no ue ni ringo ga yattsu arimasu.
– English: There are eight apples on the table.

2. こぎįŽąãĢペãƒŗがやãŖつå…ĨãŖãĻいぞす。
– Romanized: Kono hako ni pen ga yattsu haitteimasu.
– English: There are eight pens in this box.

3. やãŖつ全部åŖ˛ã‚Œãžã—た。
– Romanized: Yattsu zenbu uremaa.
– English: All eight were sold.

4. å…Ģ時ãĢやãŖã¤ãŽãƒã‚ąãƒƒãƒˆã‚’č˛ˇã„ãžã—ãŸã€‚
– Romanized: Hachiji ni yattsu no chiketto o kaimaa.
– English: I bought eight tickets at eight o'clock.

By visualizing, practicing, and using やãŖつ in sentences, it can become easier to remember and use this word correctly in conversation.

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