N3 Kanji Course

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N3 Kanji Course

Meaning

In Japanese,植 means “to plant”.

How to read it:

Kunyomi:う
Onyomi:しょく

How to write it:

How to use it:

Kunyomi:
植(う)える→to plant
 
Onyomi:
植物(しょくぶつ)→plant

Origin:

You can see a tree and an eye. In order to plant the tree, you need to watch carefully so you won’t make mistake.
So 植 means “to plant”.
 
Note:There is some difference between Chinese kanji and Japanese kanji. You should use Japanese kanji.

Development:

As you know the origin of this kanji,now you can remember it easier.
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