Kanji 一人 which is read ‘hitori’ in Japanese Reading Style

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Kanji 一人 (hitori)
Learning, Studying and Writing Japanese Kanji 一つ
Kun-yomi (Japanese Reading Style)

The second example on using Kanji一is in a word is hitori which mean one (person). It is quite different from the word hitotsu which needs an additional つ (tsu) character so it can be read hitotsu,  hitori is written by combining  kanji一 and kanji人 . It is naturally means one (person) since kanji一 represents one (thing) and kanji 人 represents person.

1

漢字の順番の書き方

(Kanji’s Writing Steps Method)

漢字の読み方

(Kanji’s Reading Method)

訓読み

(Japanese’s Reading Method)

ひと

例字

(Vocabulary Example)

2.

(Word)

意味

(Meaning)

一人(read : hitori)

one (person)

例文

(Sentence Example)

(Sentence)

一人でこのレポートを書きました。

意味

(Meaning)

I wrote this report by myself.

ロマ字 

(Roman Letter)

Hitori de kono repooto wo kakimashita.

 

 

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