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Six (things) in Japanese 🇯🇵


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

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むっつ info.

Tips to remember the Japanese word:
1. "むっつ" (muttsu) sounds like "mutts" in English, which can remind you of a group of six dogs (like mixed-breed or 'mutt' dogs).
2. Break it down into "む" (mu) and "っつ" (tsu), and imagine someone saying "Mu! Two and four more!" to get the total of six.

Explanations:
– "むっつ" (muttsu) is the native Japanese (くんよみ, kun'yomi) counting word for six objects.
– It follows traditional Japanese counting that uses native number words for counting objects such as apples, candies, etc.

Other words that mean the same thing:
– 六つ (むっつ, muttsu) is written in Kanji but pronounced the same.
– 六 (ろく, roku) is the Sino-Japanese (音読み, on'yomi) reading for the number six.

Alternate meanings like slang:
– "むっつ" (muttsu) does not typically have slang meanings. It's straightforwardly used as the native term for six items.

Examples of sentences that use it:
1. この箱にはリンゴがむっつ入っています。
– (Kono hako ni wa ringo ga muttsu haitteimasu.)
– "There are six apples in this box."

2. わたしは六つの質問を持っています。
– (Watashi wa muttsu no sumon o motteimasu.)
– "I have six questions."

3. むっつのクッキーを食べました。
– (Muttsu no kukkÄ« o tabemaa.)
– "I ate six cookies."

4. テーブルの上にむっつのコップがあります。
– (Tēburu no ue ni muttsu no koppu ga arimasu.)
– "There are six cups on the table."

By remembering and breaking down how "むっつ" is used, one can easily integrate it into their vocabulary when discussing quantities of six.

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