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何人, なんにん

  • nannin


noun (common) (futsuumeishi)

  • how many? (people)

Examples of 何人,なんにん in a Sentence

No one shall be held in slavery.
How many children do you have?
Let no one appropriate a common benefit.
How many persons does this hall hold?
How many people do you think have an ear for music?
How many people live in your town?
How many people are now living in poverty?
I tried to find out how many people really live in this town.
How many children do you want to have when you get married?
How many boys are there in this class?

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