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Jeffery, try this:
Your self-introduction is really good.
If a kanji is divided into two left and right, the right radial takes a reading however, we have exceptions.
For example, 語
The left radical takes the meaning which relates to something to say. And the right radical 五 represents the pronunciation, go.
Nevertheless, basically you have to memorize the meanings and pronunciations.
Hi, I would like to know how to convert or translate kanji to katakana or hiragana? Must I know the meaning of the kanji to do so? For example the phrase from the word of the day “押す” means to push (which I knew form the answer). However sometimes I can predict the meaning from the kanji because it originates from Chinese character but I can’t predict the pronunciation. So it’ll be great help if you can help me out, thanks!
So if said that would it be right?
Thank you for your message.
Here are some lessons using Kyō wa (…).- these are mainly focused on talking about the weather:
If you have any doubts, please let us know
Can you include “Today is…”?
I’m going through the Japanese Key Phrase List and I have found that the Romaji for kyo wa (Today) is written as konnichiwa. You might want to fix it. Please see below for example for the problem, I don’t know where else this has occurred. Thanks.
Ohayōgozaimasu, Masuda-san. Konnichiwa ame desu ne.
Good morning, Ms. Masuda. It is rainy today.
Im a female so if i wanted to say: Mr Zack, nice to meet you. I’m Zainabu.
Would you say: Zak-San, hajimemashite, Zainabu to mōshimasu.