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Learn one Kanji a day with infographic: 子 (shi)

Learn one Kanji a day with infographic: 子 (shi)

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MEANING:

child, sign of the rat

HOW TO READ:

On: shi, su, tsu
Kun: ko, -ko, ne

WORDS:

子 (ko): child, kid
息子 (musuko): son
孤児 (koji): orphan
子息 (shisoku): son
女子 (joshi): woman, girl
椅子 (isu): chair, stool
子音 (shiin): consonant
子供 (kodomo): child, children
子守 (komori): nursemaid, nanny
子猫 (koneko): kitten
男子 (danshi): youth, young man
義子 (gishi): adopted child
小指 (koyubi): little finger
子孫 (shison): descendents, offspring
様子 (yousu): state, appearance
子育て (kosodate): child raising
遺伝子 (idenshi): gene, genetic
一人っ子 (hitorikko): an only child


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EXAMPLE SENTENCES:

彼は、私に椅子をすすめた。
kare wa, watashi ni isu o susumeta.
He installed me into a chair.

あの子は、気のつかない子です。
ano ko wa, ki no tsukanai ko desu.
That child is careless.

私の娘の子供たち、可愛いでしょう?
watashi no musume no kodomotachi, kawaii deshou.
My daughter’s children are cute, aren’t they?

彼女の調子に含まれた何かが、私を興奮させた。
kanojo no choushi ni fukumareta nanika ga, watashi o koufun saseta.
Something in her tone fired me.

山本はいかにも残念そうな様子で乗車した。
yamamoto wa ikanimo zannen sou na yousu de jousha shita.
With an air of infinite reluctance Yamamoto climbed aboard the train.

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