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How to express quantity

量の表現の仕方
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a little
少し 少し (adv)
すこし
sukoshi
a little
numerous
幾多 幾多 (adv)
いくた
ikuta
numerous
enough
十分に 十分に
じゅうぶんに
jūbun ni
enough
some
いくらか いくらか
いくらか
ikuraka
some
a great deal of
かなりの かなりの
かなりの
Kanari no
a great deal of
plenty of
たくさんの たくさんの
たくさんの
Takusan no
plenty of
an abundance of
豊富な 豊富な
ほうふな
Hōfuna
an abundance of
tons of
大量の 大量の
たいりょうの
Tairyō no
tons of
a few
いくつかの いくつかの
いくつかの
Ikutsuka no
a few
tiny
とても小さい とても小さい (i-adj)
とてもちいさい
Totemo chiisai
tiny
a huge amount of
大量の 大量の
たいりょうの
Tairyō no
a huge amount of
whole
全体の 全体の (na-adj)
ぜんたいの
Zentai no
whole
none
少しもない 少しもない (adv)
すこしもない
Sukoshimo nai
none
heaps of
たくさんの たくさんの
たくさんの
Takusan no
heaps of
much
たくさんの たくさんの (na-adj)
たくさんの
Takusan no
much
everything
全て 全て (pron)
すべて
Subete
everything
several
いくつかの いくつかの (na-adj)
いくつかの
Ikutsuka no
several
every
全ての 全ての (na-adj)
すべての
Subete no
every
a couple of
一対の 一対の
いっついの
Ittsui no
a couple of
a lot of
たくさんの たくさんの
たくさんの
Takusan no
a lot of
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December 31st, 2018 at 1:24 am
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December 30th, 2018 at 12:35 am
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Thanks!

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December 27th, 2018 at 7:39 pm
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December 27th, 2018 at 3:54 pm
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Konnichewa Very useful this lesson thanks you for posting

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December 25th, 2018 at 9:55 am
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November 30th, 2018 at 9:23 pm
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Hi Trish,


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Please check out this audio lesson This, That and That!?":

https://www.JapanesePod101.com/lesson/beginner-lesson-13-this-that-and-that/


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Trish
November 30th, 2018 at 1:10 am
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I don’t want to learn the characters. I want to know several phrases. Many lessons don’t show me how words are pronounced. Is there a place on your website that I can go to show me the written pronunciation of a word? Example: What is this? Kore wa nan desu ka

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November 29th, 2018 at 1:17 am
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Hi Timur,


Thanks for asking the question.

People don't use 一対 to describe that you ate a pair of apples. But if you insist, here's the correct way to say it:

一対のりんごを食べました。


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November 27th, 2018 at 11:17 am
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Hi Jérôme Youta,


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