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Lesson 6 I1=yFh 1 BFOlS% UL (Lectures on Kanji ) ADSTCE BF -3- (Kanji made from pictures - 3 -) Look at the following picture. Each drawing indicates a certain meaning. Guess the meaning of the Kanji characters below. 1A 2.% 3.4% 4.6% 5. 6. ff 7. 8. 9. A wow A TH Lesson 6 These Kanji characters were made from very primitive pictures as follows. Usually each Kanji has at least two ways of being read; the so-called ‘KUN YOMI’ (Japanese reading) and ‘ON YOMI’ (Chinese reading). @-Q-5- 4 » @-9-6@-H8 ha Kokko ity i\- m7 Adis- vy - HT > WT re ji - H- FH - OK cw -Q-B- a » v 4 we 500 03, 8 a ty 0 ih a ‘on’ MOKU] JT) SHU] SOKU} Ul CHIKU] MAI) BEI] ([BAN) SEKI) SHI] Meaning eye ear hand leg rain bamboo rice America shellfish stone thread Lesson 6 aly kh 2}———&x#04 (SAF (Basic Kanji) 2-1. RFOPE MZ (Kanji Writings) ae Vm KALS avas (@st3) 56 eye » £7 B item (5) | AASB H(%) an eye BH£(+32%)_ one’s superiors HX(%< + U) a table of contents 57 gH ear HA v | (6) “IrlFlelEla (4A) an ear HSA(C + U+ 2») study of the nose and ears (otorhinology) 58 4 hand c Ya (4) “(4 |2]4 | | | | F(C) ahand FMR (T + AH) a letter HEF(CE 9+ F)% skillful #PE(A+)% unskillful Lesson 6 59 60 61 62 ae Ws KALA AVAR (eS F3) a leg, pair SL/E-OB I? suffice et (7) VPP yee pF (HL) aleg (x) 94 to be enough =R(ir+ =<) two pairs rain bd ” (8) “hh jAlm H(H) rain MHR(5 + TA) rainy weather a bamboo ait #9 (6) D> ae Dl Type tt #r(*1t) a bamboo #5 (7211) DF a bamboo shoot ft (72't + 72) Japanese name \ rice =m v4 (for America) a4 (6) YP tszlxeleels | FR TT | 7 (2%) rice ABN + 2) USA. A(bw 5 +) Japanese name ith CE % +) petroleum, oil {tH (a+ %) a fossil thread we y FTN|_ string (6) z T lZ]x | H| HR A(WL) thread 2% (IF + vee) woollen yarn Lesson 6 2-2, k&hALw4S (Reading Exercises ) I. Write the reading of the following Kanji in Hiragana. 1. 2.8 3. B 4. 5. # 6. 1. Ml. AMBTHEF. ELT, HCAAET, 12. HAALRKERNEF, Il. Write the reading of the following Kanji in Hiragana. 1. MILEOI MF EME. 2. 3AxVAILHAKIZ YET. Costa Rica is in Central America. 3. BRITS THOBBEDVES. Japan buys oil from Arabia. 4. HOB BNP CEREDE %F- write letters in my room on rainy days. 5. MILER HEV EF TILDH ELA, I am not so good at Japanese yet 6. COElLREC OPE EMVELAL I bought a pair of shoes and 4 pairs of socks. Lesson 6 2-3. PENALwI (Writing Exercises) 1. Fill in the blanks with an appropriate Kanji. rf aie j \ / f 1. hands and legs 2. a rainy day 3. a shell 4. rice LjoL) (jae T SL BH ov a ib 5. one's superiors and one’s inferiors 6. a bamboo shoot TeLtLoeo De » oe Le oe ne 7. Mr. Ishikawa 8. Miss Itoyama LJSA | eA WL mb Ve PF Lesson 6 Il. Fill in the blanks with an appropriate Kanji. 1. a purpose 2. atable of contents 3. a letter 4. a stamp is I [ \* ® ac 8 acu Ce Bo Tt 5. skillful 6. unskillful 7. an assistant 8. shortage [Ty [T ] r | | B | |% By Rl bee a 8 vz Le ae 9. a heavy rain 10. a light rain ll. rain water | LL LI] Be SD = 8H BE at 12. America 13. North America 14. South America 15. Central America ] ] | de} | ie) | | OAL BA AL ala 16. thread 17. Ishikawa Prefecture 18. Mr. Takeda L_| |_| |# [| jer be GL pb GA ni Lesson 6 LoTHETHL OO ICkET HOLT (Do you know these words? Can you use them?) CAmL The following Kanji are commonly used in Japanese family names. How J A A ROE OF Kb & FT MR Ff (5 a village) HP ( a field) See the following Japanese family names. AP hem) 16. (ik? L) [F(R E78) 7. ADRK (SER L) IA (#EBE) 18. I] (cee) Fo (# ELA) 19. “JIL 348) - IRF (&OLK) 20. shEF (BO) KR (et) 2. RR (80) AHR (@5r) 22. FEAR (BN HL) tk (te baa) 23. SF Gaart’) PR (tro) 24. EF (ar) - FLL (eed) 25. AI (wa) - FBI] (mae) 26. KA (BBYL) - PEF epo) 27. KP (BBE) JWE (pra) 28. PPA ett #8) - EB G20) 29. Fre (AeA) » ER G2e) 30. PPR (ei LA) Lesson 6 Notice the phonetic changes as in the following. J (ied) +H (te) IER (st 28) Hh (Zea) +) (deo) FBIM (Ze deae>) © Other common family names: Ex. HA (FFB) Hk (05%) ERE (& 9) TERA (&&*) YEA (bras) De (me 5) Tah | (*e tL) Pie (We5) Sc Bil) (LL a name card used for business) Title la ee ee | _ & aR o Bi iy T & 8 | | 740 oO | 105 zx | | = ui fa x | \eR ba KA | ;#o = | % ae es aS x |e a tli ® eae 2 | |i ik | ee ee ae |= tH RE He | jl b pRB \ ;2 5 # [= 1 ef | la # lace | gL | € ft Jo FT Address Name of University Name of Company Telephone and Department Department and Section