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Tree

Japanese has a lot of one-syllable words. Today's word is one of them. Nothing can be easier than this!

ki



Meaning:

a tree

Pronunciation:

Say "key," and then make the vowel sound very short. Or, say just the "ki" part of kiddo.

Tips:

Note that "ki" has many other meanings when written in hiragana (or katakana). Japanese people use kanji to distinguish one meaning from another.

Here are some useful phrases:

ringo no ki
りんご の き
リンゴの木
(an apple tree)

ringo = apple

sakura no ki
さくら の き
桜の木
(a cherry tree)

sakura = cherry

bara no ki
ばら の き
バラの木
(a rose tree)

bara = rose

ki wo ueru
きをうえる
木を植える
(to plant a tree)

ueru = to plant

ki wo kiru
きをきる
木を切る
(to cut down a tree)

kiru = to cut down

ki ni noboru
きにのぼる
木に登る
(to clime a tree)

noboru = to clime


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