Word of the Week 5

 Word of the Week: Week 5

The first word of the week for the month of May is:


つき read as Tsuki is the Kun-Yomi reading (Japanese reading) of . It means Moon. While the On-Yomi reading (Chinese reading) is げつ (getsu) or がつ (gatsu) means Month.  That’s why, if we talk about the Japanese of Months, is attached along the Months of the year.

You can check here to study the months and days of the year:

Days, Weeks, Months of the Year in Japanese

You can check here the strokes and how to write :

Kanji: 月


Tomorrow is Monday.

みかづき (三日月)
Crescent moon.


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