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in English in Japanese S
seventh ăȘăȘ ばん め
How to say “Invalid input” in Japanese? “ăȘăȘ ばん め”. Here you will learn how to pronounce “ăȘăȘ ばん め” correctly and in the comments below you will be able to get all sorts of advice on seventh in Japanese like tips & tricks to remember it, questions, explanations and more.

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Tips to remember the Japanese word:
– Break down the phrase: "ăȘăȘ" (nana) means "seven" and "ばんめ" (ban me) means "number in order" or "position". The combination directly translates to "seventh in order."
– Visualize the position: Think of a race or queue where you are in the seventh position, and keep in mind "nana ban me" to create a mental image.
– Use mnemonics: Associate "nana" with "seven" and remember "ban me" as indicating a sequence or position.

Explanations on how to form the number:
– Number: In Japanese, "seven" is "䞃" (ăȘăȘ, nana).
– Ordinal Suffix: The phrase "ばんめ" (ban me) is used to indicate an ordinal number, such as first, second, third, etc.
– Combination: Simply combine the number "seven" (ăȘăȘ, nana) with the ordinal suffix "ばんめ" (ban me) to get "ăȘăȘばんめ" (nana ban me) for "seventh".

Example sentence:
English: I was the seventh person to arrive.
Japanese: 私は䞃ç•Șç›źă«ç€ăăŸă—ăŸă€‚
Romanized: Watashi wa nana ban me ni tsukimaa.

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