Let’s Count in Japanese!

Whenever I am in my Japanese class I feel like a child again.

Because literally we are treated like kindergartners going through their a, e, i, o, u’s. Or rather, a, i, u, e, o. Hehehe. That’s how they do it in . ka, ki, ku, ke, ko. ra, ri, ru, re, ro (which sounds like la, li, lu, le, lo). Hehehe.

So let’s count! From one to ten, here we go…

Ich
Ni
San
Yon (or Shi)
Go
Roku
Nana (or Shichi)
Hachi
Kyu (or Ku)
Ju

Yey! Hehehehehe.