Word of the Week: Week 13
For this week, the word of the week is:
た (ta) is the Kun-yomi of 田. The On-yomi is でん (den).
The name 田中 (with the Kanji 田, read as たなか (Tanaka)) is among the top 10 most common last names in Japan. In some names, 田 can be read as だ, like in the case of 山田 read as やまだ (Yamada).
There are also words that are a special case that does not have the On-Yomi or Kun-Yomi readings. Remember, that some Kanji have different readings.
(i na ka)
For the writing of 田, you may check it in the link below:
(Konshuu no doyoubi ni taue wo shimasu.)
We will do rice planting this Saturday.
(Inaka ni sumitai desu.)
I want to live in the countryside.
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