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One of the most basic structures for naming an object in Japanese is: これは~といいます。 ---- This is called ~. / This is ~. For example: これは急須といいます。 ---- This is called a kyusu. / This is a kyusu. Hence the interrogative: これは何といいますか? simply by replacing the noun part with 何 and adding a か at the end. BTW どうやって言いますか sounds as if you are asking ...



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