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Kanji: 二 ni two


Two lines = two, logical!; a little harder, but don’t run for the aspirin yet!)
JLPT N5: 2 / 100 | 2 Strokes

On: ニ
Kun: ふた・つ

Meaning: two; 2

Two lines make Two!

Stroke Order:

Examples:
ni—two
第二 dai ni—the second
二月ni gatsuFebruary [the 2nd month]

フロリダの12月は暑いですか?
furorida no juunigatsu wa atsui desu ka?
Is December in Florida pretty hot?

[Foreign (non-Japan) place names and people’s names are written in katakana unless there is a kanji for the name.]

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