JLPT N5 Vocabulary


100; hundred

JLPT N5 vocabulary list

Learn Japanese vocabulary: 【ひゃく】(hyaku)

Meaning: 100; hundred.

Type: Noun, Numeric

Level: JLPT N5 Vocabulary

- Example Sentences

Each example sentence includes a Japanese furigana reading, the romaji reading, and the English translation.

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Example #1

gohyaku en ni narimasu.
That will be 500 yen.
Example #2

kono ibento ni yaku hyaku nin ga kimashita.
About 100 people came to this event.
Example #3

watashi wa yoku hyakuen shoppu ni ikimasu.
I often go to the 100 yen shop.
Example #4

kono kawa wa suubyaku mairu mo tsudzuiteiru.
This river extends for hundreds of miles.
Example #5

yaku hyaku nin no gakusei ga sono demo ni sanka shita.
Some hundred students took part in the demonstration.
Example #6

sore wa nanbyaku nenmo tudzuku.
That will continue for hundreds of years.

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