What would be the closest representation of Jayden in Kanji?
jayden is not written in kanji
I'm not Japanese, But considering the Japanese pronounce L's as R's, my closest guess would be Kurodia. (kuh-roh-dee-yah) I apologise if you were looking for the kanji.
The most common form would be 由紀子 You could also write it as 雪子、which is the kanji for snow plus the kanji for child.
The scale of an inch on the map represents two miles on the surface of the Earth would be CLOSEST to which representative fraction?
The scale of an inch on the map represents two miles on the surface of the Earth. If writing this in a fraction form the closest representation of this size scale would be 1:120,000.
The best way to learn kanji is by frequency. The more frequent the better you will get at it.
Foreign names are written in Katakana so Jayden will look like this: ジェイデン, giving it approximately the proper pronunciation it would have in English.
Kanji can be spelled two different ways. One way is the hiragana version: かんじ The kanji version of the word kanji would look like this: 漢字 The katakana version is not used in the proper Japanese text but katakana of kanji would look like this: カンジ Again, the katakana version is not used in proper Japanese text.
Foreign names are almost never written using kanji - they are written inkatakana. In katakana, the name Aaron would be アーロン (aaron). A possibility in kanji would be安論 (aron), but I strongly advise you not to use it as your name.
No, but they come close. Kanji makes up 43% of a normal sentence. Only because many Kanji are too hard to write. If you are considering learning Kanji, you might want to learn Hiragana and Katakana. They are much more simple. And have a little alphabet too. But many names, places, and products are in Kanji. So I would recommend learning Hiragana, then Kanji, and if you want, Katakana.
well, I'm not sure what do you mean by image but number 12 in kanji would be 十二
No. For a name, you would never mix Katakana with Kanji. (the first two symbols are katakana (phonetic) and the third one is Kanji (Chinese character).
yes, i think so.
The Kanji for grandparents (sofubo) is 祖父母 If you would like to say grandmother (sobo, or more informally oba) the Kanji is 祖母 Grandfather (sofu or more informally oji) the Kanji is 祖父
Wakanohana Kanji I (Katsuji Hanada) was born on March 16, 1928 and died on September 1, 2010. Wakanohana Kanji I would have been 82 years old at the time of death or 87 years old today.
Jayden = ×’×³×™×™×“×Ÿ (the apostrophe after the letter ×’ turns it into a J sound. Then, the 2 yuds (×™×™) represent the sound AY).
Kanji is not usually used to write words like that, but it would be 馬鹿垂れ /ba ka ta re/.
馬鹿たれ but most people don't write it in Kanji, so instead it would just be ばかたれ
"Yoko" means "to the side." However, the name "Yoko" can be made up of two different kanji; in that case, its meaning would change to the definitions of the kanji.
There is one thing I would like to first point out. There is no one Kanji for any name and the meaning of the name is based on the Kanji used in the name. My name, for example, uses the first Kanji whereas someone elses name might use the second or third Kanji. That is not to say you can take any Kanji and say it is for one name, though. In Japan, when a… Read More
Tsuki This is the romaji form of the word. In Kanji it would be: 月
It is said that some 50,000 kanji (Chinese characters) exist. However, many kanji are not necessarily used in daily life. The Japanese Ministry of Education designated 2,136 characters as Jooyoo Kanji, which are the most frequently used characters. It would be very helpful to learn all Jooyoo Kanji, but the basic 1,000 characters are sufficient to read about 90% of the kanji used in a newspaper (about 60% with 500 characters).
Yes, the Great Compromise worked out how representation in Congress would be determined.
The great compromise proposed that a states representation in the house of representatives would be determined by?
This representation would be based upon population.
Since you wrote Dell in uppercase I take it you mean it as a proper noun, then it would be デル /de ru/. And it's in katakana not kanji, since it is a foreign word.
I think "recommended" would be the closest.
The three types are "Hiragana", "Katakana" and "Kanji". Hiragana are simplified Kanji symbols, and have specific sound pronunciations. Katakana are made from elements of Kanji symbols, and have specific sound pronunciations, but are used mainly for loan words, scientific words, onamatopeia, and sometimes to break apart a Kanji character which would be too complex to show in its entirety. Hiragana and Katakana make up the "Kana" symbols of Japanese. Kanji are Chinese symbols. Rather then… Read More
The Japanese for Begin is 始めなさい (which is not just a kanji, but hiragan, which conjugates the verb.) You would say it as: Hajimenasai. Phonetically it would be hɑ ǰi meh nɑ sy Hope this helps :3
Shoujo or bishoujo would be beautiful girl Kanji: 美少女 Hiragana: びしょうじょう Onna would be woman Kanji: 女 Hiragana: おんあ Onnanoko would be young woman or girl Kanji: 女の子 Hiragana: おんあのこ Hope I could help. >w< -Eberlins
Typically, you would write it as "１２月(juu ni gatsu)" but you can also write it as 十二月, using the kanji for "12" rather than the Arabic numerals.
I would recommend you use a Japanese keyboard extension on your computer if possible, there are many options for the kanji, this is the first option that came up "久爪" Though I do not know the translation for the first kanji(久), the second one (爪) means hook or claw.
The closest synonym to the word visible would be 'in view'.
The closest synonym would be counterfeit.
Equal representation is where every state or province get the same amount of Member's of Parliament for example PEI would get the same number of MP's as Ontario and Representation by population AKA Rep by Pop is where for example you would get 1 Mp for every 35,000 people that means PEI would get about 4 and Ontario would get about 8 or 9
I don't know what the kanji would be, but in hiragana it would 'probably' be すぷじゅんでたばてください
綺麗 would be the kanji for kirei, but it's usu written with hiragana: きれい . 'Na': な , being an okurigana, (hiragana following kanji acting as modal/auxiliary verbs , or particles inflecting the main meaning of kanji) is also always written in hiragana.
i would think so as they done a song together x
The states were given equil amounts of representation, regardless of the population. That would mean the representation would be based on the individual states, and not the population.
the smaller states would be protected in the Senate, where each state would have equal representation.
The word 'usagi' means "rabbit," but if used as a name, it could be composed of many different combinations of Kanji and have a variety of meanings. I would have to see the Kanji to determine the actual meaning.
If you live in Harrisburg Pennsylvania which 2 cities with Major League baseball teams would be the closest in distance to you?
The closest would be Baltimore, Maryland (Orioles) and the second closest would be Philadelphia, Pennsylvania (Phillies).
It would be hito (hee-toh) or 人 in kanji. ひと in hiragana.
it's "seikaku" and in kanji, it's "性格" hope this would help you.
This state's plan called for a one house legislature with equal representation from all of the states?
Type your answer here.Which plan called for two houses in the legislature, one where states would have equal representation and one where representation would be in proportion to population..
Representation should be determined by population. While the New Jersey plan proposed representation would be equal for all states. :)
This is a picture of the kanji in question http://img340.imageshack.us/img340/200/photoon20100521at0953.jpg I think that is a picture of 々, which has no meaning other than to show repetition of Kanji. For example, 色々 (iroiro) means various. However, it would have been drawn incorrectly because the last stroke connects with the first.
i say the tiger and leporad would be his closest relatives.
The closest of any size would be Saarbrücken.
Depends on where you are. The center of Denmark would be closest to Germany.
The closest animal to a Mammoth would be a Elephant.
The closest synonym for equipped would be armed.
it is a Compromise, which stipulates that three/fifths of the slave population would be counted for purposes of representation.