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わたし
たち
ふたり
2人
とも
おな
クラスです
We are both in the same class.
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Grammar and points of interest
Words
3
we; us
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3 0
Most common form: 二人
noun
two persons; two people; pair; couple
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1
companion; follower; attendant; retinue  (see also: お供)
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0
noun or verb acting prenominally, noun
1. same; identical; equal; uniform; equivalent; similar; common (origin); changeless; alike
2. (usu. part of a 'nara' conditional) anyway; anyhow; in either case
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1
noun
class
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Kanji
シ   わたくし    わたし I, myself   
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ム   private
grain
ジン   ニン   ひと person   
ドウ   おな same   
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イチ   イツ   ひと    ひと- one   
wide mouth
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wide
コウ   ク   くち mouth   
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