Kanji Reading Practice #10
Another sign from a recent walk that I took through the city. This has some pretty easy kanji, from WaniKani levels 11 and lower. A warning here on the sign, be careful! See down below the photo for the explanation.
The Kanji Meanings and Readings (this usage):
行 (こう) – going; journey; carry out; line; conduct
有 (ゆう) – exist; have; possess
通 (つう) – pass through; traffic; commute; avenue
注 (ちゅう) – pour; concentrate; flow into
意 (い) – idea; mind; thought; care
スロープ – slope
有り (あり) – existing; to be; to have
通行 (つうこう) – passage (of people; traffic); passing
注意 (ちゅうい) – caution; being careful; attention; warning
There is a slope, pass with caution.
Pass through with caution, there is a slope.
Slope ahead, proceed with caution.
Slope. Use caution. (Like a sign would be – short and to the point)