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Here's 7 simple kanji for you to learn this week. I've listed the On, and Kun readings, the meaning, the amount of strokes, and given some examples of usage for each one. If you can, it's a good idea to print this, and look over it, when you have the time. Also if you want me to add the stroke order (how to properly write the kanji, email me ^_^)
Kanji On-yomi(音) Kun-yomi(訓) Strokes Meaning Jin, Nin Hitotsu
日本人- Nihonjin - Japanese person
Jitsu, Nichi, Ni-
Hi, -bi, -pi, -ka
4 Sun, day, daytime
日中 - Nicchyuu - daytime
Chuu, Juu Naka, Uchi 4 Middle, Inside, Central, During
年中 - Nenjuu - All Year Long
Hon Moto 5 Book, Origin, Main, True
本当 - Hontou - Really
大学 - Daigaku - College/University
Shutsu, Shu-, Sui
Da-su, De-ru, De
出血 - Shukketsu - Bleeding Shou, Jou A-geru, Ue, Uwa-, Kami, Noboru 3 Above, Up 上記 - Jouki - Above Mentioned
There you are. This is the first installment, but If there is no interest for me to continue them I won't, so if you want to se more of these, email me. It's a lot of work to do a kanji list, in addition to a lesson so I won't do it, if there is no interest.
でわ また! (see you later)
As always, if you have any questions or comments feel free to write to me at the address below ^_^.