Kanji Set 4

by Buddy Lindsey

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Kanji:
Kana: (on) ニ, ニチ (kun) ひ, び
Meaning: day; sun
Stroke Order
ni

Kanji:
Kana: (on) ホン (kun) もと
Meaning: book; basis
Stroke Order
hon

Kanji:
Kana: (on) ジン, ニン (kun) ひと
Meaning: person
Stroke Order
jin

Kanji:
Kana: (on) ゲツ, ガツ (kun) つき
Meaning: moon; month
Stroke Order
gatsu

Kanji:
Kana: (on) カ (kun) ひ
Meaning: fire
Stroke Order
ka_fire

Usage


日本 – (ニホン) – Japan
毎日 – (マイニチ) – everyday
日曜日 – (ニチヨび) – Sunday
母の日 – (ははのひ) – Mothers Day


本 – (ホン) – book
日本 – (ニホン) – Japan
日本語 – (ニホンゴ) – Japanese Language
山本さん – (やまもとさん) – Mr./Ms. Yamamoto


日本人 – (ニホンジン) – Japanese people
三人 – (サンニン) – three people
一人で – (ひとりで) – alone
この人 – (このひと) – this person


月曜日 – (ガツヨウび) – Monday
一月 – (イチガツ) – January
月 – (つき) – moon


火曜日 – (カヨウび) – Tuesday
火 – (ひ) – fire

The above usage takes into account the various usages for each kanjia nd how they are integrated into words to start heping you get an idea of how they are used in forming words.

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