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I'm just some guy that likes anime, manga, science fiction, fantasy, video games, philosophy and Japanese language and culture.

I also know a little bit of Python, HTML, CSS, Javascript, PHP and MySQL.

And was appointed ♦ Moderator Pro Tempore on Anime and Manga SE.

And that's about it...


May
25
comment Numbers and Counters
@silvermaple: Thank you. I thought 忍 meant shinobi or something like that. Tell me if you know about this.
May
25
comment Numbers and Counters
@silvermaple: I also noticed you said にん is the counter for people. Does it mean person or something like that (I thought it was ひと). Related to this, I would like to ask another thing: in the manga and anime Naruto, there is a group of ninja called どんせつのさんにん, does this mean three legendary people or three legendary ninja? The Kanji for it is 伝説の三忍.
May
25
comment Numbers and Counters
@Jamie Taylor: Useful link! Thank you!
May
25
comment Numbers and Counters
@sawa: they could be used only with counters, as seems to be the case unless you are counting to yourself or something like that.
May
25
comment Numbers and Counters
Thanks for the link! Very useful.
May
25
comment Numbers and Counters
Thanks for the answer. I noticed you wrote し instead of よん. When are you supposed to use one or the other? And the same question goes for 7.
May
24
comment Numbers and Counters
I had misread the linked question, where it said that "they are in fact words with their own meaning and not just simple suffixes". Already edited that out. Sorry and thanks!