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It’s 8 in the morning in Japanese πŸ‡―πŸ‡΅

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It’s 8 in the morning γ”γœγ‚“ γƒγƒγ˜ です
How to say “It’s 8 in the morning” in Japanese? “γ”γœγ‚“ γƒγƒγ˜ です”. Here you will learn how to pronounce “γ”γœγ‚“ γƒγƒγ˜ です” correctly and in the comments below you will be able to get all sorts of advice on It’s 8 in the morning in Japanese like tips & tricks to remember it, questions, explanations and more.

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Sentence info.

γ”γœγ‚“ γƒγƒγ˜ です
Romanized: Gozen hachi-ji desu

1. γ”γœγ‚“ (gozen): This means "A.M." or "in the morning."
2. ハチ (hachi): This is the number 8.
3. じ (ji): This stands for "o'clock."
4. です (desu): A polite form of the verb "to be," which translates to "is" or "it is."

Tips to Remember:
γ”γœγ‚“ (gozen) is used for A.M. times, ごご (gogo) is used for P.M. times.
ハチ (hachi) can be remembered by associating it with the 8-legged octopus (because "octo" means eight).
じ (ji) is straightforward for "o'clock." It follows the number representing the hour.
です (desu) adds a polite tone, making the sentence respectful and complete.

Alternate Ways:
1. あさ γƒγƒγ˜ です (asa hachi-ji desu)
– Romanized: Asa hachi-ji desu
– *あさ (asa)* means "morning."

2. γƒγƒγ˜ γ”γœγ‚“ です (hachi-ji gozen desu)
– Romanized: Hachi-ji gozen desu
– Swaps the order but maintains the same meaning.

3. γŸγ γ„γΎ γ”γœγ‚“ γƒγƒγ˜ です (tadaima gozen hachi-ji desu)
– Romanized: Tadaima gozen hachi-ji desu
– *γŸγ γ„γΎ (tadaima)* means "currently" or "right now," emphasizing the current time.

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