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Kanji used in the Genki textbook series

Genki Book 1 Lesson 5

This collection contains 14 kanji. Please note: the kanji in this collection, and flashcards generated here, use the kanji's standard readings. To use the kanji readings introduced in Genki, and to create flashcards for vocab used in the Genki lessons, use the Textbook Companion.
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サン   やま mountain   
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セン   かわ river   
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ゲン   ガン   origin; original   もと origin   
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キ   ケ    spirit   
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テン   あめ    あま- heaven   
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シ   わたくし    わたし I, myself   
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コン   キン   いま now   
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デン   た rice field   
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ジョ   ニョ   ニョウ   woman; female   おんな woman   め woman   
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ダン   ナン   おとこ male, man   
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ケン   み to see   みえる to be seen; to appear   みせる to show   
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コウ   ギョウ   アン   ゆ    い to go   おこな to take place   
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ショク   ジキ    food   たべる to eat   く to eat   
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イン   の to drink   
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