本（ほん）hon Used for long or cylindrical objects such as (Books, Hair, Bottles, Trees, Poles)
前 (まえ) mae Used for flat material （Paper, cloth, plates, ect.）
台 (だい) dai Used for many kinds of Machinery (computers, cars, other industrial Equipment)
軒 (けん) ken Used for Places (houses, and shops)
人 (にん) nin Used to count People
Although 1 person or 2 people is an acception once you reach 3 you can just use normal numbers. An example is below.
１一人 (ひとり hitori)
２二人 （ふたり futari)
３三人 （さんにん sannin）
There are more counters, however this is what I've learned up to this point. Take it in because there is more to come!And this concludes my second 日本語のレスン!