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Two (things) in Japanese đŸ‡¯đŸ‡ĩ

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

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ãĩたつ info.

Japanese word: ãĩたつ
Romanized: futatsu

### Tips to Remember:
1. Mnemonics: Imagine two (2) feet standing together ("fu" sounds like "foot", and "tatsu" can remind you of "two").
2. Visual Aid: Picture two objects like two apples or two books whenever you hear or see "futatsu".

### Explanations:
ãĩたつ (futatsu) is a native Japanese counting system (called 和čĒž, wago) used primarily for counting two items that are not categorized with other specific counters.

### Other Words That Mean the Same Thing:
äēŒ (ãĢ, ni): The Sino-Japanese (Chinese-derived) number for two.
äēŒã¤ (ãĢãĩたつ, nifutatsu): Very rarely used combination but essentially means the same as "ãĩたつ".

### Alternate Meanings (Slang):
In some contexts, 'ãĩたつ' can figuratively mean a pair or couple, often indicating two matching items or entities.

### Examples of Sentences:
1. りんごがãĩたつありぞす。
– Romaji: Ringo ga futatsu arimasu.
– Translation: There are two apples.

2. そぎįŽąãŽä¸­ãĢã‚ŗイãƒŗがãĩたつありぞす。
– Romaji: Sono hako no naka ni koin ga futatsu arimasu.
– Translation: There are two coins inside that box.

3. きょうはäģ•äē‹ãŒãĩたつありぞす。
– Romaji: Kyou wa shigoto ga futatsu arimasu.
– Translation: I have two tasks today.

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