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人々, 人人, ひとびと, にんにん

  • hitobito,ninnin


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

  • each person
  • people
  • men
  • human
  • everybody

Examples of 人々,人人,ひとびと,にんにん in a Sentence

People used to travel on foot.
He is loved by many, isn't he? "Yes, he is."
What this club is today is largely due to the effort of these people.
She wrote the book about people she visited.
Most Swiss people can speak three or four languages.
In 1997, the world was surprised again when Mother Teresa died.
Over three thousand people attended the concert.
No less than fifty thousand people visited there.
I felt utterly out of place among those sophisticated people.
If you don't do your duty, people will look down on you.

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