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Kanji: 高 takai Tall

JLPT N5: 51 / 100 | 10 Strokes

On: コウ
Kun: たか・い

Meaning: high; tall; costly

Think of this as a picture of a tall and costly Japanese building

Stroke Order:

Examples:
最高 sai kou – the highest; the best; supreme [not to be confused with “psycho”
高校生 kou kou sei – a high school student
高いビルtakai biru – a tall building [note: “biru” is taken from the English, “building”]

Example Sentence:
野菜が高いです。
yasai ga takai desu.
The vegetables are expensive.


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