Kanji 二つwhich is read ‘futatsu’ in Japanese Reading Style

Kanji 二つ (futatsu)

The second kanji which is presented is kanji二. This kanji as well as Kanji 一 also symbolizes number. Since there are two strokes  this kanji characterizes number 2. So, every kanji which consists of this kanji generally represents something that related with 2. In the first example we take a look on it’s kun-yomi or Japanese Reading Method. It is pronounced as ‘futatsu’ which means two things.

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Kanji 一日 which is read ‘tsuitachi’ in Japanese Reading Style

Kanji 一日 (tsuitachi)

 

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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

(Japanese’s Reading Method)

イッ

例字

(Vocabulary Example)

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(Word)

意味

(Meaning)

一日(read : tsuitachi)

first (It is used to state the first day of the month,the 1st date).

例文

(Sentence Example)

(Sentence)

今月の一日に二週間でしゅっちょうします。

意味 (Meaning)

The 1st date of this month for two weeks I am going to a business trip.

ロマ字 

(Roman Letter)

Kongetsu no tsuitachi ni nishuukan de shucchou shimasu.

 

 

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

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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Kanji 一日 which is read ‘ichinichi’ in Chinese Reading Style

Kanji 一日 (ichinichi)

The second example which is read with on-yomi or Mandarin Reading Style is the usage of word ‘ichinichi’. This word is also made from two kanjis or in other word is a form of jukugo. The first kanji is kanji 一which means one. And also, the next kanji is kanji 日, whereas the kanji itself is a kanji that symbolizes day.  So, if these two kanji is combined the word will have a meaning of one day or a day.

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Kanji 一年 which is read ‘ichinen’ in Chinese Reading Style

Kanji 一年 (ichinen)

 This is the first example of kanji一 in on-yomi or Mandarin reading Method. The word that is assembled in this example is ichinen.This word exists by combining two kanji together. The first one as we know is kanji 一 which means one and the other kanji is 年which symbolizes year. So, literally if both kanji were combined it will have a meaning of one year. And the word itself will be pronounced ichinen since kanji年 also have to be read in on-yomi which is pronounced as ‘nen’.

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Kanji 一月 which is read ‘ichigatsu’ in Chinese Reading Style

Kanji 一月 (ichigatsu)

This is the first example of kanji一 in on-yomi or Mandarin reading Method. The word that is assembled in this example is ichinen. This word exists by combining two kanji together. The first one as we know is kanji 一 which means one and the other kanji is 年which symbolizes year. So, literally if both kanji were combined it will have a meaning of one year. And the word itself will be pronounced ichinen since kanji 年 also have to be read in on-yomi which is pronounced as ‘nen’.

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

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.

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

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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