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Comments for 日

Stroke Count
4 Strokes
English Meaning
  1. day, sun, Japan, counter for days
Readings
Kun'yomi: -か、-び、ひ。
On'yomi: ジツ、ニチ。
Member Since
10 Dec, 2013
Location
Ida,MI
Number of Posts
3

isnt this also the beginning kanji for japan???

Mirae!!wink

#1 Posted by Mirae over 10 years ago
Member Since
13 Nov, 2013
Number of Posts
14

Yes it is!smiley

"Instead of being afraid of the challenge and failure, be afraid of avoiding the challenge and doing nothing."

"チャレンジして失敗ことを恐れるよりも、何もしないことを恐れる" ーSoichiro Honda (本田祖一路)

 

#2 Posted by 美恵来ちゃん~ミ☆ over 10 years ago
Member Since
26 Feb, 2014
Location
India
Number of Posts
5

can anybody share some sentences built using this kanji?

FRIENDS forever...!!

#3 Posted by Saphrodite over 10 years ago
Member Since
10 Mar, 2014
Location
CHENNAI, INDIA
Number of Posts
2

ひどい 日 だつ た

It was a terrible day .

#4 Posted by manojevu over 10 years ago
Member Since
23 Mar, 2014
Location
Philippines
Number of Posts
11
Is this correct? 日 あした まえ に What i want to say is "day after tomorrow"

Jrivera

#5 Posted by yobrivera over 10 years ago
Member Since
21 Jul, 2012
Location
Sydney, Australia
Number of Posts
342

There is a special word for the "day after tomorrow".  ( あさって )

#6 Posted by flint over 10 years ago
Member Since
15 Mar, 2014
Location
Florida
Number of Posts
79

Yes, Japanese has specials words for things like this. asatte is the day after tomorrow, ototoi is the other day, itotoshi is the year before last, rainen is next year, sarainen is the year after next year, saraishuu is the week after next....and so on

Above all things, love. heart

#7 Posted by lovegarden over 10 years ago
Member Since
23 Mar, 2014
Location
Philippines
Number of Posts
11
Right, I agree that in Japanese the day after tomorrow would be あさって, but what if you're writing its meaning or defininng it using Japanese syllabry, how would you write it?

Jrivera

#8 Posted by yobrivera over 10 years ago
Member Since
23 Mar, 2014
Location
Philippines
Number of Posts
11
Anothe one 月用日 に ひこうき で にほん へ いきます。 Getsuyoubi ni hikouki de nihon he ikimasu

Jrivera

#9 Posted by yobrivera over 10 years ago
Member Since
15 Mar, 2014
Location
Florida
Number of Posts
79

The "you" in "youbi"(day) is 曜 instead of 用。So, it would be 月曜日に飛行機で日本へ行きます。

Above all things, love. heart

#10 Posted by lovegarden over 10 years ago

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