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Learn one Kanji a day with infographic: 花 (ka)

Learn one Kanji a day with infographic: 花 (ka)

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MEANING:

flower

HOW TO READ:

On: ka, ke
Kun: hana

JLPT LEVEL: N4

COMPOUNDS:

花 (hana): flower, blossom
花園 (kaen): flower garden
花粉 (kafun): pollen
花火 (hanabi): fireworks
火花 (hibana): spark
花瓶 (kabin): flower vase
開花 (kaika): blooming, flowering
花見 (hanami): flower viewing
花壇 (kadan): flower bed
花弁 (hanabira): (flower) petal
花紙 (hanagami): tissue paper
献花 (kenka): flower offering
花束 (hanataba): bouquet, bunch of flowers
綿花 (menka): cotton wool
花形 (hanagata): flower pattern
花嫁 (hanayome): bride
草花 (kusabana): flowering plant
花婿 (hanamuko): bridegroom
花やか (hanayaka): showy, brilliant
生け花 (ikebana): flower arrangement
花粉症 (kafunshou): hay fever

EXAMPLE SENTENCES:


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彼女は、一、二歩はなれると、一つの花瓶をいじった。
kanojo wa, ichi, niho wa nareru to, hitotsu no kabin o ijitta.
She moved away a step or two, and fingered one of the flower vases.

それから花火が上がり、さらにいくつかの催しがあった。
sore kara hanabi ga agari, sara ni ikutsu ka no moyooshi ga atta.
Then there was a fireworks display followed by several receptions.

きみの愛をはっきりと示すために、彼女に花を贈るべきだ。
kimi no ai o hakkiri to shimesu tame ni, kanojo ni hana o okuru beki da.
You should give her flowers to demonstrate your love.

町の周辺では、綿花、大豆、ゴマ、リンゴ、ブドウなどが穫れる。
machi no shuuhen dewa, menka, daizu, goma, ringo, budou nado ga toreru.
The plains around produced cotton, soybeans, sesame, apples, and grapes.

会堂のかこいのなかや墓のあいだには花壇がしつらえてあった。
kaidou no kakoi no naka ya haka no aida ni wa kadan ga shitsuraete atta.
There were flower-beds round the church and between the tombs.

世界中の人間が、同じテクノロジーのプラットホームから知識と発想のタネを得ていますが、そこで花咲く文化は多種多様です。
sekaijuu no ningen ga, onaji tekunorojii no puratto hoomu kara chishiki to hassou no tane o ete imasu ga, soko de hanasaku bunka wa tashutayou desu.
People from all over the world will draw knowledge and inspiration from the same technology platform, but different cultures will flourish on it.

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