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Kanji: 五 go five

This is modern art. 五 is an artist’s impression of the number 5. [Well, it kind of looks like the number!]
JLPT N5: 5 / 100 | 4 Strokes

On: ゴ
Kun: いつ・つ
Meaning: five

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Examples:
go—five
五月 go gatsu—May [the 5th month]
五ヶ月 go ka getsu—five months [So far we have seen that adding a number between 1-12 with gatsu makes the month names. But here is how to say a duration of months: # + ka + getsunotice it is “getsu” not “gatsu”]

十五まで数えます。
juugo made kazoemasu.
I can count to fifteen.

[The made here means “until” or “up to (fifteen)”]

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