N2 Kanji Course

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Meaning:

In Japanese,伺 means “to ask, to visit”.


How to read it:

Kunyomi:うかが
Onyomi:Not often used


How to write it:


Origin:

You can see two men and one man is pointing to somewhere. Because other man asked: Where is the bathroom?
So 伺 means “to ask”.


Development:


Vocabulary:

In modern Japanese, there are only one word using kanji 伺. So this kanji is super easy to master!

伺う:to ask, to visit

Note:
This word is a humble word in Japanese, so you can’t use it to express other people’s actions.

Example Sentences:

でん番号ばんごううかがえますか?
May I ask for your phone number?

わたしちょくせつうかがいします。
I’ll personally visit you.

ひとつおうかがいしたいのですが。
I’d like to ask a question.

まえうかがってよろしいですか?
May I ask your name?

明日あしたうかがってもよろしいですか。
May I come and see you tomorrow?

けんうかがってもよろしいでしょうか。
Can I ask your opinion?
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