It’s time to listen! the next Kanji we’ll look at is the one for listening, 聞, it’s kiku.
In this second installment we’ll explore the Kanji for country, 国 that is.
I’m sure everyone has wondered at some point what those little tabs on dictionaries with On and Kun readings mean when looking up Kanji definitions, but we’re going to tell you what exactly they are!
When learning new Kanji, you may have seen the different possible readings it can have, here we show you some common examples in sentences containing those readings.
We have some charts to help you memorize conjugations! Let’s Learn Japanese together!
Learn the difference between the use of もの and the use of 人 in the Japanese language.