ひょういhyoui

noun:

日本nippondenoツイッターTSUITTAA人気ninkino理由riyuuno一つhitotsuha日本語nihongoというtoiu言語gengono特性tokuseiniあるaru表意hyoui文字mojiwo使うtsukau日本語nihongoha中国chuugokugonihatekiwaないnaiもののmononotano多くookuno言語gengoni比べkurabete140jini多くookuno内容naiyouwo盛り込むmorikomuことkotogaできるdekiruちなみにchinaminiこのkono例文reibunno日本語nihongobanhaちょうどchoudo140jide書かkakareteいるirunodagatano言語gengodehajiniなるnaruだろdarouka One of the reasons Twitter is popular in Japan is a characteristic of Japanese itself: Japanese uses ideograms which enable it to convey more information in just 140 characters than other languages, not counting Chinese. Incidentally, the Japanese version of this sentence is written with exactly 140 characters. How many characters does it take in other languages?

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