Word of the Week: Week 7
For this week, the word of the week is:
か is the
On-Yomi reading of 火 read
as Ka, which means fire. The Kun-Yomi of 火 is ひ or ほ read as Hi and Ho.
I used か instead of ひ for the reading of Kanji 火 because in the previous word of the week, week 6, I used ひ for 日, so it will not be confusing.
In most Kanji books, 火 is also translated as Tuesday.
For the writing of 火, you may check it in the link below:
かようび (火曜日) – Tuesday
(Ka you bi)
かざん (火山) – Volcano
かさい (火災) – a Fire
かさいにならないように、ちゅういでる。(火災にならないように、注意でる。) – Be careful not to catch a fire.
(Kasai ni naranai you ni, chuui deru.)
If you want to check my previous post, you can check it through the link below:
>> Fruits in Japanese
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>> The Hiragana Character
>> The Katakana Character
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>> Word of the week 6
>>Japanese Words| Hiragana | I-adjectives Part 3
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>> 【Spanish Lesson #1】Survival Expressions
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