N3 Kanji Course

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Kanji Course
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N3 Kanji Course

Meaning:

In Japanese,関 means “to get involved”.


How to read it:

Kunyomi:かか
Onyomi:かん、せき


How to write it:


Origin:

You can see a door.
So you can remember this kanji by “If you open the door, you will get involved.”

Note:
There is some difference between Chinese kanji and Japanese kanji.
You need to use Japanese kanji.(Which has a 关 inside.)

Development:


Vocabulary:

LevelWordReadingMeaningType
Basic玄関げんかんentranceNoun
Basic関係かんけいrelationshipNoun & Verb
Inter関係者かんけいしゃthose involvedNoun
Inter関係性かんけいせいrelationshipNoun
Inter関するかんするbe concerned withVerb
Inter関わるかかわるbe involvedVerb
Inter機関きかんinstitutionNoun
Inter関心かんしんinterestNoun
Inter関連かんれんrelationNoun & Verb
Inter関わりかかわりrelationNoun
Inter関与かんよbe involvedNoun & Verb
Adv関節かんせつjointNoun
Adv相関そうかんcorrelationNoun & Verb
Adv関数かんすうfunctionNoun
H_Adv関税かんぜいimport chargesNoun
H_Adv税関ぜいかんcustomsNoun
H_Adv連関れんかんassociationNoun & Verb
H_Adv関所せきしょcheckpointNoun
H_Adv難関なんかんhighly-selectiveNoun
H_Adv関わり合うかかわりあうto get involvedVerb
S_Adv関わり合いかかわりあいinvolvementNoun
Others通関つうかんcustoms clearanceNoun & Verb
Others関知かんちbe concernedNoun & Verb
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