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Japanese numbers from 11 to 19. In this lesson, you are going to master Japanese numbers from 11 to 19. Let’s get started by reviewing the numbers from 1 to 10. いち、い、ち、いち。 (Ichi, i, chi, ichi.) に。 (Ni.) さん、さ、ん、さん。 (San, sa, n, san.) し。 (Shi.) or よん、よ、ん、よん。 (Yon, yo, n, yon.) ご。 (Go.) ろく、ろ、く、ろく。 (Roku, ro, ku, roku.) しち、し、ち、しち。 (Shichi, shi, chi, shichi.) or なな、な、な、なな。 (Nana, na, na, nana.) はち、は、ち、はち。 (Hachi, ha, chi, hachi.) きゅう、きゅ、う、きゅう。 (Kyū, kyu, u, kyū.) じゅう、じゅ、う、じゅう。 (jū, ju, u, jū.) Okay now let’s take a look at how to combine these numbers. To say 11, you say 10 1. 10 is じゅう。 (jū.) 1 is いち。 (ichi.) . So じゅういち。 (jū ichi.) じゅう、いち。 (jū, ichi.) じゅういち。 (jū ichi.) . Okay next, to say 12, 10 is じゅう。 (jū.) 2 is に。 (ni.) so じゅうに。 (jū ni.) じゅう、に。 (jū, ni.) じゅうに。 (jū ni.) So 13 would be じゅう、さん。 (jū, san.) じゅうさん。 (jū san.) 14 would be じゅう、よん。 (jū, yon.) じゅうよん。 (jū yon.) 15 would be じゅう、ご。 (jū, go.) じゅうご。 (jū go.) 16 would be じゅう、ろく。 (jū, roku.) じゅうろく。 (jū roku.) 17 would be じゅう、なな。 (jū, nana.) じゅうなな。 (jū nana.) 18 would be じゅう、はち。 (jū, hachi.) じゅうはち。 (jū hachi.) 19 would be じゅう、く。 (jū, ku.) じゅうく。 (jū ku.) or じゅう、きゅう。 (jū, kyū.) じゅうきゅう。 (jū kyū.) . Okay let’s practice. I will say the numbers and give you time to repeat each one. Ready? じゅういち、じゅういち。じゅうに、じゅうに。 (jū ichi, jū ichi. jū ni, jū ni.) じゅうさん、じゅうさん。じゅうよん、じゅうよん。 (jū san, jū san. jū yon, jū yon.) じゅうご、じゅうご。 (jū go, jū go.) じゅうろく、じゅうろく。 (jū roku, jū roku.) じゅうなな、じゅうなな。 (jū nana, jū nana.) じゅうはち、じゅうはち。 (jū hachi, jū hachi.) じゅうきゅう、じゅうきゅう。 (jū kyū, jū kyū.) Also you can say じゅうし。 (jū shi.) for 14 and じゅうしち。 (jū shichi.) for 17 and じゅうく。 (jū ku.) for 19. So you must have noticed the pattern and the Japanese numbers are getting easier right? In the next lesson, you are going to master Japanese numbers from 20 to 100. じゃあね。 (jā ne.)

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Friday at 6:30 pm
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Hey everyone!

Before, you learned numbers 1-10, and now it’s numbers 11-19! Numbers in Japanese are not that hard once you learn the patterns😄

August 15th, 2017 at 8:48 pm
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Hi Pablo,

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Depending on your browser, it might ask for an authorization to use your microphone.

If so, please say “yes”. Then, listen to the native voice.
Click on the round button to start the recording and to stop it.

At this stage, you can listen to your try, retry if needed and compare with the native voice.
Hope this helps!

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Pablo
August 15th, 2017 at 1:26 pm
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Hey some of the voice recording systems of the vocabulary dosen´t work

July 17th, 2017 at 7:56 pm
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Hi Jill,

Thank you very much for your positive feedback!

We’re very glad you’re enjoying the lessons😉

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Jill
July 17th, 2017 at 12:41 pm
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Hiroko is so cute and cheerful and her English pronunciation is perfect! I always look forward to her lessons ^.^

June 2nd, 2017 at 1:09 am
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Voylinさん、
こんにちは。

Thank you for studying with us.

Ganbatte kudasai ne!

Feel free to let us know if you have any questions.

Cristiane (クリスチアネ)
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Voylin
June 1st, 2017 at 4:48 pm
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Today is a number day xp

March 23rd, 2017 at 12:05 pm
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Evan san,
Konnichiwa.
We use both of them.

Taha san,
Konnnichiwa.
The answer to your question is ‘yes’ however, when you put counters afterwards, juuyon is better.

Sgerani san,
Konnichiwa.
I see.
Lucky 7 isn’t it?
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Yuki 由紀
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Stefani
March 23rd, 2017 at 10:36 am
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Watashi wa 7 ban ga daisuki desu.

March 22nd, 2017 at 8:13 pm
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Konnichiwa

For 14 can I say jūshi

Arigato gozaimasu

Evan
March 22nd, 2017 at 6:36 am
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For 14 and 17, which version in the video is normally used in Japan? Also, which version of 4 and 7 are used normally? Arigato Gozaimasu