Learn JLPT N4 Kanji

Meaning of 会

meeting; meet





Learn Japanese kanji: 【 カイ / あ(う) 】

Meaning: meeting, meet, party, association, interview, join.

4 of 2,500 most used kanji in newspapers.

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- Example Sentences

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Example #1

kaisha wa ashita made yasumi desu.
The company is closed until tomorrow.
Example #2

senshuu wa obaachan ni ai ni itta.
I went to visit my grandmother last week.
Example #3

mokuyoubi no asa ni kaigi ga arimasu.
I have a meeting on Thursday morning.
Example #4

itsuka jibun no kaisha o tsukuritai.
One day I want to make my own company.
Example #5

watashi wa rainen shakaijin ni naru.
I will become a working adult next year.
Example #6

anata to nihongo de kaiwa shitai.
I want to have a conversation with you in Japanese.
Example #7

kyou no shiai kaijou wa doko desuka?
Where is the venue for today's match?
Example #8

kore wa saigo no kikai kamo shirenai.
This might be my last chance.
Example #9

ima, kaigishitsu wa dareka ga tsukatte imasu ka?
Is someone using the meeting room now?
Example #10

watashi ni e ga sono tenrankai ni shuppin sareta.
My drawing was shown in that exhibit.
Example #11

watashi no chichi wa tokai yori inaka no hou ga suki da.
My father likes the countryside more than the city.
Example #12

okaikei o onegai shimasu.
May I have the check please?

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