手紙

Kun:
て、て-、-て、た-
On:
シュ、ズ
Meaning:
Hand
Mnemonic:
You’re hands are terrific! Can I hold them? Are you sure? No? Tacos and zucchini only?
Kanji:
The kanji is the same as the radical that means ‘hand’.
Kun:
かみ
On:
Meaning:
Paper
Mnemonic:
See Kanji below
Kanji:
A family unlike any other is the Kami and the Shi clans, wherein the young and insignificant ones among them weave the thread to make silk, which in time they turn into paper. The adults with their axes watch Netflix..

昨日、手紙を読みました。

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