Word of the Week: Week 18
For this week, the word of the week is:
is the Kun-Yomi of the Kanji手 meaning Hand. It can also be
read as た (ta) for Kun-Yomi.
While the On-Yomi is しゅ (shu).
手 is a JLPT N4 Kanji and it is Top 60 among 2500 Kanji that are most used Kanji in newspapers.
For the writing of 千, you may check it in the link below:
(Kanojo ha yukkuri to te wo tataita.)
She clapped her hands slowly.
If you want to check my previous post, you can check it through the link below:
>> Obon Festival in Japan
For Hiragana and Katakana page, please check the link below:
>> The Katakana Character
>> Examples of Katakana
For Word of the Week page, please check the link below:
>> Word of the Week 14
For YouTube Videos:
>> Basic Japanese Greetings Video
For Monthly Grammar:
>> Monthly Grammar: Part II – Age in Japanese Conversation
>> Kanji: 千
For my Spanish lessons that I am still not fluent and need more effort to study, you can check the link below:
>> 【Spanish Lesson #6】The Definite article
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>> Write and Sleep