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Konnichiwa, I was wondering why there are two ways to say 4,7 and 9. And when do I use it. Arigatou Gozaimasu❤️️❤️️❤️️
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I think you’re right about the literal translation for 三十日しかない as しか has a negative connotation.
To say the number of legs, 本の足 is of course the correct way, but depending on what you want to say or emphasise, it’s possible to say 足は八本 and this depends on context.
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Why does the list jump from 10 to 3000? What about the teens, 20’s 30’s and so on?
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Number 9 has two readings.
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I wondered why the sentence for 4 had 三十日しかない but I tried another translation service that translated it as “has only 30 days.” That seems more accurate.
It’s interesting that the phrase for “has # legs” is本の足 - I would guess “足は八本” - is that wrong?
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Is something missing from the text for #9? The text says “きゅう” but the audio says “きゅう, く”.
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