If there are some errors or awkward expressions, please correct them.

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When Japanese people count the number of rabbit, they commonly use one of 2 different units, 匹(hiki) and 羽(wa). Besides, people who live in some specific regions, also used 耳(mimi) for that.

羽(wa) means a wing and people normally use that unit to count the number of birds. So, counting rabbits by 羽(wa) appears to be unreasonable as it seems.

Three explanations can tell us about why Japanese count rabbits by 羽(wa).

First explanation is that rabbits look like they have only 2 legs when they stand up. Second is that their ears look like wings. Third is that the Japanese word of a rabbit, ウサギ(USAGI) is compounded of bird's names, a cormorant(U:鵜) and a snowy heron(SAGI:鷺).
Hi Lucas,
lucas21cIf there are some errors or awkward expressions, please correct them.

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When Japanese people count the number of rabbit, they commonly use one of 2 different units, 匹(hiki) and 羽(wa). Besides, people who live in some specific regions, also used 耳(mimi) for that.

羽(wa) means a wing and people normally use that unit to count the number of birds. So, counting rabbits by 羽(wa) appears to be unreasonable as it seems.

Three explanations can tell us about why Japanese count rabbits by 羽(wa).

First explanation is that rabbits look like they have only 2 legs when they stand up. Second is that their ears look like wings. Third is that the Japanese word of a rabbit, ウサギ(USAGI) is compounded of bird's names, a cormorant(U:鵜) and a snowy heron(SAGI:鷺).

When Japanese people count rabbits, they commonly use one of 2 different units, 匹(hiki) or 羽(wa). In addition, people who live in some specific regions, also used 耳(mimi) for that. (OR: In additional, there is regionalized use of 耳(mimi).) 羽(wa) means "wing" and people normally use that unit to count the number of birds. So, counting rabbits using by 羽(wa) appears to be unreasonable as it seems. However, there are three explanations that can tell us about suggest why Japanese count rabbits using 羽(wa).

The first explanation is that rabbits look like they have only 2 legs when they stand up. The second is that their ears look like wings. The third is that the Japanese word for "rabbit," ウサギ(USAGI) is a compounded of two birds' names, a cormorant(U:鵜) and a snowy heron(SAGI:鷺).

Hi, Grammar Geek

Thank you very much for your help. But I have a question about your reply. I think we need "by" between "rabbits" and "using". Would you tell me that it is a your mistake or it is right as it is?

Good luck, Lucas

However, there are three explanations that can tell us about suggest why Japanese count rabbits using 羽(wa).

However, there are three explanations that can tell us about suggest why Japanese count rabbits by using 羽(wa).
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HI, Babara.

I have one more question about your reply. Is "In additional" also acceptable? I think it should probably be "In addtionally". And I would like to add the sentence, "However, all of these are just a theory, yet." to the end. Please also check this.

Thank you for your kindness.

Best wishes, Lucas.

In additional, there is regionalized use of 耳(mimi).

In additionally, there is regionalized use of 耳(mimi).