So Many Radicals with the Kanji for Person!!
In the first week of 4th grade we saw 16 kanji using the 亻 radical! 人 is the kanji for person and 亻 is the way it is often represented as a radical. A radical in a kanji will usually help you to understand the meaning of the kanji, or at least provide a relationship to the other characters. That’s why radicals can be so helpful! We also had mostly low stroke counts (<10 strokes) for almost all of kanji this week, which is nice. (Click here to see ALL the kanji that use the 人 as a radical or part)
Week 22: From “Contend” to “Newborn Baby”
人 is the kanji for person…Did you remember all of your 人 radical kanji??
Using the printable practice sheets every week can really help you remember all of your kanji, and the more you learn stroke order, the more sense it will make in the future and you won’t even HAVE to memorize it! It will start to come naturally the more you learn!
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