|All About Radicals (3)|
Radicals express the general nature of the kanji characters. Radicals are roughly divided into seven groups (hen, tsukuri, kanmuri, ashi, tare, nyou, and kamae) by their positions.
tare nyou kamae
We have learned the radicals that take the "hen" position at "All About Radicals (1)", and the radicals that take the "tsukuri" and "kanmuri" position at "All About Radicals (2)". This is the last lesson about radicals. We will take a look at the common radicals that take the "ashi," "tare," "nyou" and "kamae" position. Click the link to learn all kanji characters associated with each radical.
Hitoashi (human legs)
Madare (dotted cliff)
Ennyou (long stride)
All About Radicals (1), (2), (3)
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