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Sunday, May 18, 2008

真実 (shinjitsu) = Truth, Reality

May 18, 2008-May 24, 2008

The Japanese equivalent of the words “truth” and “reality” is 真実 (read as shinjitsu). In the Hiragana writing system, it is written as しんじつ.

The two Kanji characters that comprise the word 真実 can actually be used individually. They also possess meanings which are similar to “truth” or “reality”. However somehow, they have other unique denotations. (read as makoto) may mean “genuineness” while (read as jitsu) may mean “sincerity”, “fidelity”, “kindness”, “faith”, “substance”, and “essence”. It may also be pronounced as mi carrying the meanings “fruit”, “nut”, “seed”, “content” and “good outcome”.

Do you want to learn how to write the Kanji forms of “truth”? Here are the guides for you.

Here are some of the sentences that use 真実.

  • あなたには真実を知る権利があります。 = You have the right to know the truth.
    • あなた = anata = you
    • に = ni (location of person, thing or short-term action indicator particle)
    • は = wa (topic indicator particle)
    • 真実 (しんじつ) = shinjitsu = truth
    • を = wo (object indicator particle)
    • 知る (しる) = shiru = to know
    • 権利 (けんり) = kenri = right
    • が = ga (subject indicator particle)
    • あります = arimas = to have
  • あなたはいつか真実が分かるでしょう。 = You shall know the truth someday.
    • あなた = anata = you
    • は = wa (topic indicator particle)
    • いつか = itsuka = someday
    • 真実 (しんじつ) = shinjitsu = truth
    • が = ga (subject indicator particle)
    • 分かる (わかる) = wakaru = to know, to understand
    • でしょう = desho = shall (connotes a possibility that a certain thing may happen)
  • あなたはいつも真実を語るべきだ。 = You should always tell the truth.
    • あなた = anata = you
    • は = wa (topic indicator particle)
    • いつも = itsumo = always
    • 真実 (しんじつ) = shinjitsu = truth
    • を = wo (object indicator particle)
    • 語る (かたる) = kataru = to tell
    • べき = beki = should
    • だ = da = are
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3 comments:

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真 (read as makoto) may mean “genuineness” while 実 (read as jitsu) may mean “sincerity”, “fidelity”, “kindness”, “faith”, “substance”, and “essence”. It may also be pronounced as mi carrying the meanings “fruit”, “nut”, “seed”, “content” and “good outcome”.

Santa Claus Santa.net said...

I spent many years learning to write characters and I appreciate the way you make it look so simply with the stroke order and stroke direction in your illustrations! Santa Claus needs to speak many languages you know:)

Abrar said...

ok vj czar world shinjitsu truth reality