Kanji wa Muzukashikunai (Kanji Isn't That Hard!)


Roman letters signify how to read a word. By looking at the Roman letters "mouth," you can tell how to read the word. Kanji signify meaning. Kanji express their meaning through pictures. The kanji 口 was originally a picture of a mouth.

The outline of the kanji 口 is not exactly the same as a picture of a mouth. There are rules to kanji. The rule for 口  is that "circles became squares." The kanji 口  is a square. A picture of a mouth is a circle. The circle in the picture has become a square in kanji. Such rules as this are found in kanji.

This book help you to learn those rules that are found in the kanji, based on this book, there are 24 rules for kanji. The rules are

  1. Kanji express meaning
  2. The same outline indicates the same meaning
  3. Pictures turned into kanji
  4. Circles became squares
  5. Verticals and horizontals
  6. Three signifies many
  7. Writing from left to right
  8. Adjectives can also become pictures
  9. Verbs can also become pictures
  10. Express verbs with signs
  11. Chinese people invented kanji
  12. A far place in the upper portion
  13. Left is east
  14. Symbol appear in kanji
  15. That is this part
  16. There are many types of hand
  17. A combination of pictures
  18. Combining special features
  19. Combinations become verbs
  20. The outline of unit changes
  21. There are many signs
  22. There are many stems
  23. There are two meanings
  24. Kanji are interesting.





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