Published on December 27, 2012, by Kinetic - Posted in Gallery 8
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the Ko in the Kun Reading was a bit difficult to find in the Hiragana list
that’s because it’s katakana
What do the dots between the hiragana in the readings mean? Never seen that in my textbook or dictionary.
But thanks for this category, I think it’s a great idea!
Dots? As in the , ? That’s just to separate the different readings. There are multiple readings for almost all kanji. Like “hito” means “person” but Japanese also says nihon”jin” and “jin” is also “person”.
Oh, there goes my English again. D: I meant the… uh, periods? Not the commas. For example, when you look at the 小 character, there’s a period between the ちい and さい.
This is great! Awesome addition to the site.
Haha it’s funny how im chinese so i can understand all kanji prefectly while evrybody is struggling with it
Keep doing this kinetic! good addition to the site so I have something to look forward to everyday!
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