Ultra Handy Kanji Tester - Grade 2

Test your knowledge of the Kanji characters that Japanese children learn in grade 2 of elementary school
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For each of the following 10 randomly selected Grade 2 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
  country
  stop, halt
  location, place
  hit, right, appropriate, himself
 Japanese KanjiSelect English Meaning
2
  tall, high, expensive
  write
  park, garden, yard, farm
  going, journey
 Japanese KanjiSelect English Meaning
3
  face, expression
  round, full, month, perfection, -ship, pills, make round, roll up, curl up, seduce, explain away
  ship, boat
  meeting, meet, party, association, interview, join
 Japanese KanjiSelect English Meaning
4
  weak, frail
  cloud
  dart, arrow
  make, production, prepare, build
 Japanese KanjiSelect English Meaning
5
  come, due, next, cause, become
  half, middle, odd number, semi-, part-
  boulder, rock, cliff
  public, prince, official, governmental
 Japanese KanjiSelect English Meaning
6
  market, city, town
  chirp, cry, bark, sound, ring, echo, honk
  few, little
  black
 Japanese KanjiSelect English Meaning
7
  consider, think over
  winter
  traffic, pass through, avenue, commute, counter for letters
  ground, earth
 Japanese KanjiSelect English Meaning
8
  vapor, steam
  homecoming, arrive at, lead to, result in
  younger brother, faithful service to elders
  genius, years old, cubic shaku
 Japanese KanjiSelect English Meaning
9
  stop, halt
  neck
  hit, right, appropriate, himself
  country
 Japanese KanjiSelect English Meaning
10
  plot, plan, scheme, measure
  park, garden, yard, farm
  going, journey
  tall, high, expensive


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)