View topic - Odd problem with Kanji
Like when I see the kanji for "five days" (五日間), I usually remember that means "five days", but I can never remember how it's prounounced! Well, I do know how that one is pronounced, I think. I usually get mixed up when to use kun-yomi and on-yomi readings. I'm guessing ごかかん? But my book says いつかかん. (I know that Itsu and Go both mean five).
It's quite annoying in a way. o_o; So far it hasn't been much of a problem to me, because I usually remember how it looks and all. I dunno, same things happen to me in English vocab. =/ I can't remember those really stupid complex grammar rules, but I know how to spell and say things just by...seeing it.
I'm actually not sure if that even made any sense. ^^; Sorry if it didn't.
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