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Short Quiz: Japanese Numbers and Counters

I finished reviewing the Japanese numbers and different counters. There are really many of them! To make sure that these counters would stick with me, I created a short quiz for myself. After a long time, I would answer them again. You can answer it too as a practice!

Instruction: Fill in the tables according to what is asked in the column header. A bonus answer is given in the first item. Click the picture to enlarge it.

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The key to correction is here. if you find any mistake, please put in the comment section.

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For you reference: go to this learn-japanese-adventure site. They summed up this lesson pretty well!

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2012 nen no Saisho no Asa

2012年の最初の朝

(The First Morning of Year 2012)

It’s January 1,2012. Inspite of lack sleep because of New Year celebration, I had to get up for my work at Ayala, Makati City. That Sunday morning, the streets was a very visual treat. I can’t help to take pictures while still riding on a jeepney. The streets were covered with the mix of fogs and smoke. It’s almost empty,barely no people and cars were around. The most beautiful was the sun. It was blazing red. I saw few people around Makati stopped to also take pictures of it. In addition to that, it was silent and the air was so cold. The street instantly felt like a I was in a “Silent Hill”. Too bad, I don’t have high end camera to capture all of this but still I think I did just fine.

2012年の最初の朝. 年 nen or toshi is a very popular Kanji which means year. It is frequently used Kanji so I think it’s really hard to forget when you’re studying Nihongo. 最初 or Saisho  means beginning,start,first.  朝 or asa means morning.