Counting is the sixteenth skill in the Japanese language course. It has three lessons that teach a couple of common counters in Japanese.

## Lessons

### Lesson 1

• つ (tsu) = counter for most objects
• 一つ (hi-to-tsu) = one (thing) (ひとつ)
• 二つ (fu-ta-tsu) = two (things) (ふたつ)
• 三つ (mi-ttsu) = three (things) (みっつ)
• 四つ (yo-ttsu) = four (things) (よっつ)
• いくつ (i-ku-tsu) = how many (things)
• おいくつですか (o-iku-tsu-de-su-ka) = How old are you?

### Lesson 2

• 五つ (itsu-tsu) = five (things) (いつつ)
• 六つ (mu-ttsu) = six (things) (むっつ)
• 七つ (na-na-tsu) = seven (things) (ななつ)
• 八つ (ya-ttsu) = eight (things) (やっつ)
• 九つ (ko-ko-no-tsu) = nine (things) (ここのつ)

### Lesson 3

• 卵 (ta-ma-go) = egg/eggs (たまご)
• りんご (rin-go) = apple/apples
• 個 (ko) = counter for small, round objects
• 一個 (i-kko) = one (small, round thing) (いっこ)
• 二個 (ni-ko) = two (small, round things) (にこ)
• 三個 (san-ko) = three (small, round things) (さんこ)
• 四個 (yon-ko) = four (small, round things) (よんこ)
• 五個 (go-ko) = five (small, round things) (ごこ)
• 七個 (na-na-ko) = seven (small, round things) (ななこ)