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comment How can I say “counted in (specific unit)”?
@TsuyoshiIto I believe they are both asking the same thing still. I did not want to know how to say "a few months". I would have asked specifically for that if it's what I wanted it. I have no intention of arguing with you about the meaning of my post though, especially after I already apologized for possible confusion. A hostile environment is not good for any site.
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accepted How can I say “counted in (specific unit)”?
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comment How can I say “counted in (specific unit)”?
@user1205935 If you'd add this to your answer, I would be more than glad to accept it.
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comment How can I say “counted in (specific unit)”?
@TsuyoshiIto It is the same as what I originally asked just with different words. I'm sorry if I created any misunderstanding.
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comment How can I say “counted in (specific unit)”?
This is helpful information, but not quite what I was looking for. Maybe it would make more sense with this situation: Someone learning Japanese cannot remember what counter word is used for sheets of paper. Of course, you could just say 「枚」 but if you wanted to create a full sentence out of this, how would you say "Sheets of paper are counted in 枚"?
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