Ultra Handy Kanji Tester - Grade 3

Test your knowledge of the Kanji characters that Japanese children learn in grade 3 of elementary school
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For each of the following 10 randomly selected Grade 3 Kanji, select the correct English meanings from the multiple choice answers.

Handy hint Many Kanji are derived from pictures of the things which they represent. Allegedly.

 Japanese KanjiSelect English Meaning
1
  attend, doing, official, serve
  green
  breath, respiration, son, interest (on money)
  cold
 Japanese KanjiSelect English Meaning
2
  guest, visitor, customer, client
  fate, command, decree, destiny, life, appoint
  nickname, number, item, title, pseudonym, name, call
  substitute, change, convert, replace, period, age, generation, charge, rate, fee
 Japanese KanjiSelect English Meaning
3
  make a deal, selling, dealing in, merchant
  plant
  fall, drop, come down
  sheep
 Japanese KanjiSelect English Meaning
4
  chase, drive away, follow, pursue, meanwhile
  duty, war, campaign, drafted labor, office, service, role
  idea, mind, heart, taste, thought, desire, care, liking
  learn
 Japanese KanjiSelect English Meaning
5
  dwell, reside, live, inhabit
  charcoal, coal
  sultry, hot, summer heat
  other, another, the others
 Japanese KanjiSelect English Meaning
6
  agriculture, farmers
  blood
  beans, pea, midget
  move, motion, change, confusion, shift, shake
 Japanese KanjiSelect English Meaning
7
  poem, poetry
  pick up, gather, find, go on foot, ten
  oil, fat
  return, answer, fade, repay
 Japanese KanjiSelect English Meaning
8
  island
  harbor
  pour, irrigate, shed (tears), flow into, concentrate on, notes, comment, annotate
  world
 Japanese KanjiSelect English Meaning
9
  green
  research, study
  cold
  attend, doing, official, serve
 Japanese KanjiSelect English Meaning
10
  icicle, ice, hail, freeze, congeal
  nickname, number, item, title, pseudonym, name, call
  substitute, change, convert, replace, period, age, generation, charge, rate, fee
  guest, visitor, customer, client


The Kanji Data used in these tests is provided courtesy of a download from the KANJIDIC/KANJD212 Project - thanks dudes! The grade levels are as specified by the Japanese Ministry of Education for kanji that are to be taught in elementary school (according to the notes on the Kanjidic website)

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