Japanese vocabulary dating
Saying the months is actually easier than English because all you have to do is write the number (either in numerals or kanji) of the month and add 「）.Pretty simple, however, the first 10 days, the 14th, 19th, 20th, 29th have special readings that you must separately memorize.
Person A has just kokuhaku shita, or confessed his/her feelings, and person B has agreed to a relationship.
The important thing to remember is that using the wrong counter is grammatically incorrect.
If you are counting people, you must use the people counter, etc.
However, thanks to the strong influence of the Western world and the standardization of numbers, when numbers are actually written, the split-off is three digits. Japanese is easier than English in this respect because you do not have to memorize separate words such as “twenty” or “fifty”.
In Japanese, it’s simply just “two ten” and “five ten”. Now you can count up to 9,999,999,999,999,999 just by chaining the numbers same as before. Try saying 「いちちょう」 、「ろくひゃく」、or 「さんせん」 really quickly, you’ll notice it’s difficult because of the repetition of similar consonant sounds.