Watch the videos below carefully and complete the review task at the bottom.
How to read Kanji
Kanji can be pronounced differently using 音 (on) or 訓 (ku n) readings.
Trailing kana / Okurigana（おくりがな）
Watch the video below up to 3 minutes and 5 seconds to complete the task at the bottom of the page.
A couple examples of Okurigana
The Hiragana underlined in yellow below is Okurigana, trailing kana. You have Okurigana for verbs, adjectives and adverbs only.
- big 大きい（おお・きい）
- small 小さい（ちい・さい）
- go 行く（い・く）
- speak 話す（はな・す）
- look 見る（み・る）
Convenience stores in Japan
How to buy tickets at a convenience store in Japan
Tickets in this case do not mean the ones for trains. They are for sports games, concerts etc.
Complete the tasks in your book.
- Write about On and Kun reading of Kanji in Japanese. Write more than 100 words in English.
- Write about Okurigana. Write more than 100 words in English.
- Write about Furigana. Write more than 50 words in English.
- Write about Japanese convenience stores. Write more than 150 words in English.
- Summarise how to buy tickets at a convenience store in Japan. Write more than 150 words in English.