11 is juuippun ;3 Likewise, 13 is juusanpun, 14 is juuyonpun, etc. You can use the Dynamic Clock to check for these irregularities, just click the "Dynamic Clock" button and use the coloured up and down arrows to set the time. How to say it is then written in the blue boxes at the bottom
Very wonderful and concise. Maybe a short sentence or two could be added for asking what time it is? I also seem to remember nanaji being acceptable for over-the-phone usage. But I don't know how widely used this was/is used in reality.
Thank you very much ^-^ Truth be told, I actually had that line on the "hours" page, but was forced to remove it because it messed up the layout. I will probably re-add it in ver. 1.2, when I also add audio clips c:
OMG THANK YOU SO MUCH HECKO! This's really helpful, I'm about reviewing again my sucking Japanese to continue study it in next 2 months... I have quitted study it last year because of the graduation exams of high school !! Again, thank you so much <3 !! BTW... Watashi no kuni ni... ima wa gogo san-ji desu XDDDD!!