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We found 1 grammar point, 283 words, 1 kanji, and 6 examples matching '八'
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Most common form:
numeric
eight  (捌 is used in legal documents)
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0
Most common form: ようか
noun
1. the eighth day of the month
2. eight days
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3
numeric
eight
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4
adverbial noun (fukushitekimeishi)
August
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noun
18; eighteen
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ハチ   や    や    よう eight   
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とにかく
いち
はち
やってみる
Anyway, I'll take a chance.
わたし
いち
はち
かれ
ちょうせん
挑戦
けてみた

I took a chance and accepted his challenge.
かのじょ
彼女
たがく
多額
かね
うしな
かもしれない
しょうち
承知
うえ
いち
はち
やってみた
She took the risk, knowing that she might lose a lot of money.
きみ
あのとき
いち
はち
やってみるべきだったのに
You should have taken a chance then.
いち
はち
やってみること
いち
ざいさん
財産
できるだろう
You'll make a fortune by taking a chance.
 
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