Kanji 一つ which is read ‘hitotsu’ in Japanese Reading Style

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

The first example of using Kanji一in a word is hitotsu which mean one (thing). This kanji which means one has also represented in one stroke. So, hitotsu is used to represent an item which count it as one. The kanji needs an addition of つ(tsu) character so it can be read hitotsu and it will have a meaning of one (thing) for this kanji.

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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)

訓読み

(Japanese’s
Reading Method)

ひと

例字

(Vocabulary Example)

1.

(Word)

意味

(Meaning)

一つ (read: hitotsu)

one (thing)

例文

(Sentence Example)

(Sentence)

部屋に窓が一つあります。

ロマ字

(Roman Letter)

Heya ni mado ga hitotsu

arimasu.

意味

(Meaning)

There is a window in the room.

 

 

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