let's see if I can get this right: San nin ane to ani to otouto ga imasu.I have a lot of 'ane'!!!
hey, anoymouse. it's great!i can write it up like 三人姉と兄と、弟がいます。 in Japanese.Some may misunderstand you have 3 ane, 3 ani, and 3 otouto in your sentence. so, this might be better, "Ane ga Sannin, Ani ga Hitori, Otouto ga Hitori imasu."
thanks for the tip!i see what you mean.it's interesting to separate them by whether they are older or younger.I would usually say 'I have five siblings' (a sibling can be a brother or sister) or 'I have three sisters and two brothers'
Do people usually say them in a certain order?I mean, do you usually mention the older ones before the younger ones? Or brothers before sistes?
it actually doesn't matter to mention siblings in a certain order. However, we mention older ones first. I guess it's just because of clulture that alwasy respect older people.
Watashi ni wa Ane ga imasu.Hm, hope that's right. I have an older sister, who always steals my money... D:
Not to nit-pick but when talking to your parents you would call them "otousan & okaasan", right? Directly "haha & chichi" could be considered rude, right? Same for the grandparents, when speaking to them it should be "obaasan & ojiisan".
Yes that is correct
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