Kanji 一本 which is read ‘ippon’ in Chinese Reading Style

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Kanji 一本 (ippon)

Another sample for jukugo using kanji一 is ‘ippon’. It is a word which is read in on-yomi or Chinese Reading Style . As a jukugo form, this word consists of more than one kanji. The first kanji build the word is kanji 一 and the second kanji is kanji 本. The first kanji is read as ‘ichi’ and the second one is read as ‘hon’. Since the two of the kanji is joined together the pronunciation is also changed into become ‘ippon’. The meaning of the word itself is particularly one piece of. We can use this word to specifically state an object which has a tube or syllindrical such as pencil, pen, etc.

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漢字の順番の書き方

(Kanji’s Writing Steps Method)

漢字の読み方

(Kanji’s Reading Method)

音読み

(Chinese’s Reading Method)

イッ

例字

(Vocabulary Example)

4.

(Word)

意味

(Meaning)

一本 (read : ippon)

a piece of – (countable nouns which is used for objects or items that are generally have a shape like a tube or cyllinder)

例文

(Sentence Example)

(Sentence)

かばんの中に鉛筆が一本だけであります。

意味 (Meaning)

Inside the bag there is only one piece of pencil.

ロマ字 

(Roman Letter)

Kaban no naka ni enpitsu ga

ippon dake de arimasu.

 

 

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