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幾つか, いくつか

  • ikutsuka


nouns which may take the genitive case particle `no'

  • (a) few
  • some
  • several

Examples of 幾つか,いくつか in a Sentence

I don't like her in some ways.
Jim pointed out some grammatical mistakes in my composition.
Please permit me to ask you some questions.
Would you show us some samples of your work?
May I ask you some questions about your name?
You differ from me in some ways.
Do you have any apples?
There are still some dry states in the U.S.
Several races live together in America.
Please take some of them.

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