Hello there. It's kÜshi.
Do you have fun to study kanji and Japanese??
Having fun is the most important!
Love Japanese! Haha XD
So today's kanji are 文 and 字
Means: a sentence
1. A short and easy sentence
...短くて かんたんな 文
/Mijika-ku te kantan na bun/
👉短い(mijika-i), which means short, changes to 短く when it has other verbs, adjectives, and て
In this case, this て means "and"
👉かんたんな means easy
2 . Make a sentence in Japanese
/Nihon go de bun o tsukuri nasai/
👉日本(にほん, nihon) means Japan and Japanese
👉語(ご, go) means a language
So 日本語 means Japanese language
👉で means "by"
Ex. バスで means "by bus"
👉つくりなさい is a imperative and (a little) polite form of つくる, which means to make.
If you want make just a imperative form (not polite), you can say つくれ(tsukure), but this sounds very harsh.
Means: a letter( like ABCDEF...), not the way to contact with others.
1. A beautiful letter
/Kirei na ji/
👉きれいな means beautiful
2. I write the letter, あ
/A toiu ji o kaku/
👉という means "to be called"
For example, "the dog called Tom" meams "トムという犬"
犬 is a dog.
👉かく means to write
You can also write 文字(もじ, moji. I don't know why this isn't bunji) as the meaning of 字.
Then you'll ask me the difference between 字 and 文字.
Well... actually, I can find no difference XD
You can use whatever you like👍
So that's all today.
Thank you so much for coming here.
I hope this helps you.
And I'm always waiting for your comments.
See you next time~