New Lesson: Counting in Japanese

The first number related lesson, Counting in Japanese, covers Japanese numbers up to 1000. It also discusses the differences between yon/shi for 4, nana/shichi for 7, and kyuu/ku for 9, and introduces the counters ban and banme.

Subsequent lessons will cover larger numbers, the hitotsu-futatsu-mittsu system, time, dates, counters, and arithmetic in Japanese.

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