Monday, 30 July 2012

Proverbs and sayings

Hey guys!
I noticed on one of the groups I am subscribed to the other day, a proverb they'd posted: 十人十色 (じゅうじんといろ)Jyuujin, toiro. It means ten people, ten colours. Basically different strokes for different folks XD
But what really caught my attention was that two of the main readings for the 十 kanji were included, the onyomi and kunyomi. This would be a really useful way of learning different readings of the same kanji!! Try getting writing a sentence with a kanji's onyomi and kunyomi in the same sentence! Or making as many compounds with a particular kanji in them and then trying to make a sentence out of it. It'd end up being good practice all round ^^


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