Counting in Japanese with Chocolate

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Do you know the different ways of counting these chocolates?

Learn the different ways of counting in Japanese — with chocolate!

In Japanese, we use different counters to count objects (or people, animals, events, and other things) depending on what we are counting,  and these are key in daily conversation.

In this video, along with some sample phrases, we use different types of chocolate (Pocky-type stick chocolate, chocolate-covered almonds, assorted chocolate, and more) as an example to introduce how we count certain objects.

So sit back, relax with a cup of hot chocolate, and let’s count some chocolate!

After all the counting you’ll be ready for a good night’s sleep — and by the morning you’ll be counting in Japanese(!)

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