Kanji Reading Practice #21 – Hiking Signs 崩落注意
This time we are going to take a look at a sign that you might encounter while hiking in the mountains around Japan. Well, you might not even need to be in the Japanese mountains to see this sign. Be careful! See down below the photo for the kanji meanings, readings, and an explanation of the words. Kanji reading practice #21 – Hiking Signs 崩落注意 includes kanji from WaniKani levels 11 and below, and one from level 37.
崩 落 注 意
The Kanji Readings and Meanings (this usage):
崩 (ホウ) – crumble
落 (ラク) – fall
注 (チュウ) – pour
意 (イ) – idea
崩落 (ほうらく) – collapse; cave in
注意 (ちゅうい) – caution; attention; warning
Be aware of collapse. (or falling rocks)
**I tagged this Kanji Reading Practice as WaniKani Level Painful and lower (20 and below) becuase 3 out of the 4 kanji are lower than WaniKani level 11. Only one of the kanji is level 37, which is the reason I also tagged it with WaniKani Level Hell and lower (40 and below).