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gram ă‚°ăƒ©ăƒ 
How to say “gram” in Japanese? “ă‚°ăƒ©ăƒ ”. Here you will learn how to pronounce “ă‚°ăƒ©ăƒ ” correctly and in the comments below you will be able to get all sorts of advice on gram in Japanese like tips & tricks to remember it, questions, explanations and more.

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Tips to remember the Japanese word:
– The word "ă‚°ăƒ©ăƒ " is a straightforward katakana transcription of the English word "gram."
– Think of the first sound "グ" which is 'gu' as in "good," and the rest "ラム," which sounds like "ram" as in the animal, even though it's a different meaning.
– Visualize a gram scale with the word ă‚°ăƒ©ăƒ  written on it.

– "ă‚°ăƒ©ăƒ " (guramu) is a loanword from English and it specifically refers to the unit of mass measurement, "gram."
– Katakana is often used in Japanese to transcribe foreign words, hence it's written as "ă‚°ăƒ©ăƒ ."

Other words that mean the same thing:
– The actual kanji for gram, though rarely used alone, is "ă‚°ăƒ©ăƒ  (瓱)."

Alternate meanings like slang:
– "ă‚°ăƒ©ăƒ " doesn't have slang meanings; it's strictly used to measure weight.

Examples of sentences that use it:
1. 100ă‚°ăƒ©ăƒ ăźăƒăƒŒă‚șをください。
– Hyaku guramu no chiizu wo kudasai.
– Please give me 100 grams of cheese.

2. 砂糖を50ă‚°ăƒ©ăƒ ćŠ ăˆăŠăă ă•ă„ă€‚
– Satou o gojuu guramu kuwaete kudasai.
– Please add 50 grams of sugar.

3. こぼăƒȘンギは300ă‚°ăƒ©ăƒ ă§ă™ă€‚
– Kono ringo wa sanbyaku guramu desu.
– This apple is 300 grams.

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