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数人, すうにん

  • sūnin

Definition

noun (common) (futsuumeishi), nouns which may take the genitive case particle `no'

  • several people

Examples of 数人,すうにん in a Sentence

東京数人友人がいる。
I have a few friends in Tokyo.
働いている。
Some people are working in the fields.
Some people were hanging around at the entrance.
数人乗客飛行機に乗った。
A few passengers went on board the plane.
数人少女のそばに立っている
Several girls are standing beside the gate.
Some girls were playing tennis.
Several young engineers were employed and were devoted to developing a new computer.
彼女には数人ペンフレンドがいる。
She has a few pen pals.
数人子供砂浜遊んいる。
Several children are playing in the sand.
数人子供公園遊んいる。
There are some children playing in the park.

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