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日本人, にほんじん, にっぽんじん

  • nihonjin,nipponjin


noun (common) (futsuumeishi)

  • Japanese person
  • Japanese people

Examples of 日本人,にほんじん,にっぽんじん in a Sentence

I thought you were Japanese.
Japanese people in general are polite.
Are you a Japanese student? "Yes, I am."
I'm Japanese, the boy answered.
January 1st is a day when many Japanese go to the shrine.
One is Japanese and the other is Italian.
Are you Chinese or Japanese?
You are not Japanese.
American news stories always refer to "The Japanese" no matter who is being talked about.
Compared with those in America, Japanese marriages rarely end in divorce.

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