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Learn one Kanji a day with infographic: 歩 (ho)

Learn one Kanji a day with infographic: 歩 (ho)

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MEANING:

walk, counter for steps

HOW TO READ:

On: ho, bu, fu
Kun: aru.ku, ayu.mu

HOW TO REMEMBER:

The criminal walked through the wet garden into the house, leaving some (少) footprints (止) behind.

WORDS

歩く (aruku): to walk
歩む (ayumu): to go on foot
歩み (ayumi): walking
散歩 (sanpo): walk, stroll
歩行 (hokou): walk
進歩 (shinpo): progress, advance
一歩 (ippo): a step, level
速歩 (sokuho): quick pace
歩調 (hochou): pace, step
譲歩 (jouho): compromise
初歩 (shoho): basics, elements
歩道 (hodou): footpath, sidewalk
徐歩 (joho): walking slowly
退歩 (taiho): degeneration
日歩 (hibu): daily rate
歩き回る (arukimawaru): to walk around
持ち歩く (mochiaruku): to carry
歩み寄る (ayumiyoru): to compromise


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EXAMPLE SENTENCES

山田は、一歩後ずさった。
yamada wa ippo atozusatta.
Yamada fell back a pace.

彼女は私を散歩に誘い出した。
kanojo wa watashi o sanpo ni sasoidashita.
She asked me out for a walk.

三浦は立ち上がって、ドアの方へ歩いて行った。
miura wa tachiagatte, doa no hou e aruite itta.
Miura rose and moved to the door.

僕は歩道に立って煙草をすっていました。
boku wa hodou ni tatte tabako o sutte imashita.
I stood on the sidewalk smoking a cigarette.

森の中を歩きまわって楽しい午後を過ごした。
mori no naka o arukimawatte tanoshii gogo o sugoshita.
I spent a charming afternoon walking around the woods.

一緒に駅まで歩いてくださるでしょうね?
issho ni eki made aruite kudasaru deshou ne.
Will you walk with me to the station?

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