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Japanese/Chinese numbers usage timeline
Japanese uses both native and Chinese numbering numbering systems, the Sino-Japanese pronunciations being いち, に, さん, etc. and the native being hito, futa, mitu, etc. For the most part they are used ...
May 31 '11 at 19:11
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