On this page, you can learn how to say how many siblings you have in Japanese.
First box: English, Second box: Romaji, Last box: Japanese writing and audio
|I have two older brothers.|
|wa ta shi ni wa a ni fu ta ri ga i ma su|
One by one
- 私 → I
- には → no meaning
- 兄（あに） → my older brother
- 二人（ふたり） → two
- がいます → there is
Note 1: one sibling
You don’t need a counter when you talk about one brother, one sister etc.
My father has a younger brother.
Note 2: don’t have
Change います into いません to describe ‘don’t (doesn’t) have’.
My father doesn’t have a younger brother.
Task 1: Change into Japanese.
- My mother has a younger sister and an older brother.
- I don’t have an older sister.
Task 2: Change into English.
Task 3: Listen to answer what you hear in English.