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three hundred in Japanese πŸ‡―πŸ‡΅

in English in Japanese S
three hundred さんびゃく
How to say “6” in Japanese? “さんびゃく”. Here you will learn how to pronounce “さんびゃく” correctly and in the comments below you will be able to get all sorts of advice on three hundred in Japanese like tips & tricks to remember it, questions, explanations and more.

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さんびゃく info.

Tips to remember the Japanese word:
– Break it down: 'さん' (san) means three, and 'びゃく' (byaku) is a variant of 'ひゃく' (hyaku), which means hundred. Combining them gives 'さんびゃく' (sanbyaku).
– Visualize the kanji: δΈ‰ (san) represents three, and η™Ύ (hyaku) represents hundred. Imagining these kanji might help reinforce the word.
– Use association: Think of "San" from the sound of the English word "three" and "byaku" as a rhythmic alteration of "hyaku".

Explanations on how to form the number:
– In Japanese, number formation often involves combining the base number with a multiplier for the thousands, hundreds, tens, etc.
– For 300, the base number is 3 (さん, san), and the multplier for hundred is (ひゃく, hyaku). However, with certain numbers like 3, 6, and 8, 'ひゃく' changes to 'びゃく' or 'ぴゃく' (byaku or pyaku) to make it easier to say.
– Therefore, three hundred transitions from 'さんひゃく' (sanhyaku) to 'さんびゃく' (sanbyaku).

Example sentence using it:
Romaji: Watashi wa sanbyaku-en o haraimaa.
Translation: I paid three hundred yen.

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