How to say 30 in Japanese: San Juu


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How to say 30 in Japanese: San Juu

Learning Japanese for travel or study? Let’s try this term:

To say 30 in Japanese: San Juu
Say it out loud: “Sahn Jew

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Some more helpful words in our Japanese Numbers category:

1 – Ichi  (Ee Chee)
2 – Ni  (Nee)
3 – San  (Sahn)
4 – Shi / Yon  (Shee / Yong)
5 – Go  (Goh)
6 – Roku  (Roh Koo)
7 – Shichi / Nana  (Shee Chee / Nah Nah)
8 – Hachi  (Hah Chee)
9 – Kyuu  (Kyu)
10 – Juu  (Jew)
11 – Juu Ichi  (Jew Ee Chee)
12 – Juu Ni  (Jew Nee)
20 – Ni Juu  (Nee Jew)
30 – San Juu  (Sahn Jew)
40 – Yon Juu  (Yong Jew)
50 – Go Juu  (Goh Jew)
60 – Roku Juu  (Roh Koo Jew)
70 – Nana Juu  (Nah Nah Jew)
80 – Hachi Juu  (Hah Chee Jew)
90 – Kyuu Juu  (Kyu Jew)
100 – Hyaku  (Hya Koo)
1000 – Sen  (Cenh)

And here’s how to say 30 in other languages!

Arabic–Thalathoon  (tha la thoon)
Chinese–Sānshí  (San Shr)
Croatian–trideset  (tree deh set)
Czech–třicet  (tstri set)
Finnish–kolmekymmentä  (col meh kim men tah)
French–Trente  (traunt)
German–dreißig  (dry sikh)
Italian–trenta  (train tah)
Japanese–San Juu  (Sahn Jew)
Korean–Samsip  (Sam Ship)
Polish–trzydzieści  (tshyh dzyeah' shchee)
Portuguese–Trinta  (treen tah)
Russian–tridtsat'  (tree tsat)
Spanish–treinta  (trayn tah)
Swahili–thelathini  (thay la thee nee)
Thai–Sam Sip  (sam sip)
Turkish–otuz  (oh tuhs)
Vietnamese–Ba Mươi  (Bah Muy)

Aside from the alphabet, numbers are the easiest and most common way to learn any language. For example, this is how you say "30" (San Juu) in Japanese. Which other numbers do you know? Which others can you learn? Get instant access to the Japanese Language Set and learn all the numbers you'll ever need to know in your travel.


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