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Learn one Kanji a day with infographic: 農 (nou)

Learn one Kanji a day with infographic: 農 (nou)

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MEANING:

agriculture, farmers

HOW TO READ:

On: nou

JLPT LEVEL: N2

COMPOUNDS:

農家 (nouka): farmer, farm family
農村 (nouson): agricultural community, farm village
農園 (nouen): plantation
農地 (nouchi): agricultural land
農民 (noumin): farmers, peasants
農業 (nougyou): agriculture
農耕 (noukou): farming, agriculture
農場 (noujou): farm (agriculture)
酪農 (rakunou): dairy (farm)
農林 (nourin): agriculture and forestry
営農 (einou): farming, agriculture
農工 (noukou): agriculture and industry
農産 (nousan): agricultural products
農薬 (nouyaku): agricultural chemical, agrichemical
農具 (nougu): farming implement
農事 (nouji): farming, agriculture
農産物 (nousanbutsu): agricultural produce
農作物 (nousakubutsu): crops, agricultural produce
農作業 (nousagyou): farmwork

EXAMPLE SENTENCES:


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彼の父親は農民の出だった。卒業はしなかったが中学に通った。
kare no chichioya wa noumin no shutsu datta. sotsugyou wa shinakatta ga chuugaku ni kayotta.
His father came from the peasant class, attending, though not finishing, middle school.

農場で働けば日当五ドルになった。
noujou de hatarakeba hiatari go doru ni natta.
They were paying five dollars a day for men to work in the fields.

農耕社会では人手が富をもたらす。
noukou shakai dewa hitode ga tomi o motarasu.
In an agricultural society, every pair of hands produces wealth.

この辺りではまだ、わらぶき屋根の古い農家が見られる。
kono atari dewa mada, warabuki yane no furui nouka ga mirareru.
Around here you can still see old farmhouses with thatched roofs.

僕は一週に二回、勤労奉仕の人たちの訓練を受け持っているのと、農園の手助けだ。
boku wa isshuu ni nikai, kinrou houshi no hitotachi no kunren o ukemotte iru no to, nouen no tedasuke da.
I drill with the volunteers twice a week, and lend a hand at the farms.

穀物価格は1847年に一ブッシェル当たり三ドルという最高値を記録したが、1894年には50セントの低値まで下落し、農地からの収入も減少した。
kokumotsu kakaku wa sen happyaku yonjuu shichi nen ni ichi bussheru atari san doru to iu saikouchi o kiroku shita ga, sen happyaku kyuujuu yo nen ni wa gojuu sento no teichi made geraku shi, nouchi kara no shuunyuu mo genshou shita.
As grain prices slid from a peak of $3 a bushel in 1847 to a nadir of 50 cents in 1894, so did the income from agricultural land.

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