Nihongo lesson

Nihongo lesson No.1 Let’s try to count 1 to 10!

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The lesson video will be after the article.

For the first lesson, I chose numbers.
Let’s study how to count from 1 to 10 in Japanese.

Let me tell you a story about a girl named “Amelia.”
This story will help you remember the numbers 1 to 10 in Japanese.

Amelia was bitten by a mosquito. 
She woke up because of her itchy(1) knee(2). 
When the sun(3) rises, she(4) go(5)es to a rock(6) concert. 
In order to go there, she hitch(7)hiked in front of a hutch(8). 
When she arrived there, she found a long queue(9). 
While waiting, she felt thirsty. 
So, she drank some jui(10)ce.

The pronunciation of the numbers 1 to 10 in Japanese are similar to that of these English words:
1-itchy
2-knee
3-sun
4-she
5-go
6-rock
7-hitch
8-hutch
9-queue
10-jui(ce)

Remember these words to help you memorize the Japanese numbers from 1 to 10.

It would be great if you leave a comment! 
We also appreciate some comments about what kind of topics of Nihongo (Japanese) you would like to learn.

See you next. Matane.

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  2. AvatarTeacherStella says:

    Wow! Thank you for making it easy for us to remember numbers 1 to 10 in Japanese! I am looking forward to learning more from you.

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