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Position, location in Japanese 🇯🇵

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

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いち (ichi)

Tips to remember the word:
1. Associate "ichi" with "itchy" in English—a spot on your skin that you can pinpoint exactly where it is.
2. Think of "ichi" as a single point (as "ichi" also means "one" in Japanese), representing a specific location.

– "いち" (ichi) can be used to denote a position or location, especially in a figurative sense.
– It often appears in compounds or expressions related to location and ranking.

Other words that mean the same thing:
位置 (いち, ichi): position, location
場所 (ばしょ, basho): place, spot
所在 (しょざい, shozai): location, whereabouts

Alternate meanings / Slang:
– In a non-linguistic context, "ichi" often signifies "number one" or being the best at something.
– There's no commonly known slang for "いち" in the context of position or location.

Examples of sentences that use it:

– 彼の店はいい位置にあります。
– (かれのみせはいいいちにあります。)
– Kare no mise wa ii ichi ni arimasu.
– His shop is in a good location.

– パーティーのためにテーブルの位置を変えました。
– (パーティーのためにテーブルのいちをかえました。)
– PātÄ« no tame ni tēburu no ichi o kaemaa.
– We changed the position of the table for the party.

– その映画は歴史映画の中で一番の位置にある。
– (そのえいがはれきしえいがのなかでいちばんのいちにある。)
– Sono eiga wa rekishi eiga no naka de ichiban no ichi ni aru.
– That movie holds the number one position among historical films.

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