Translation:It takes nine days.
This lesson should focus more on pronunciation and listening comprehension of the days of the week. The answers leave you almost no choice but to guess it right without learning it
It's far too easy to get it right by knowing the kanji, but I'm going to have to study pronunciation separately...
Agreed. I can read it just fine, but ai want to be able to converse with people.
How do you pronounce the kanji? I feel like theres so many different ways to pronounce numbers
The numbers you've learned until now have been the Chinese readings of the kanji. Days of the month up to ten use the Japanese reading of the kanji. It does take some getting used to, i agree
Is there a difference between "It takes 9 days" and "It will take 9 days"? I answered the former and was told it was wrong.
Ya'll making the program are great, but need to add hiragana explanations when you hover over the kanji ASAP!
In Japanese, simple future and present tense is the same. everything depends on CONTEXT. This sentence could easily mean " It will take nine days "
For example A : How much time will it take for the package to reach? B : It will take 9 days.
A: パッケージが届くまでどれぐらいかかりますか？ B: 九日かかります
How they pronoun "九日" in this sentence? It seems "kokono"?
'Kokonoka' means nine days. 'Kokono' is one of the ways to say nine.
I think they said "kokonokakakarimas". So from that, I gather its probably "kokonoka"
Shouldn't this be 九日間? If memory serves, 九日 by itself means "the 9th day of the month," rather than a period of time spanning nine days.