Kanji Reading Practice #33 – Park Signs お知らせ 猪
I labeled this Kanji Reading Practice as “Park Signs” because that is where I saw it. However, you are likely to see this a sign like this anywhere in the Japanese wilderness. I think these things are all over Japan in nature. Kanji Reading Practice #33 – Park Signs お知らせ 猪 has kanji from WaniKani levels 30 and below. Just one kanji at level 28, and the rest 11 and under. Except for one that is not even on WaniKani – 猪; but for your knowledge it is a JLPT N1 kanji. See down below the picture for the kanji meanings and explanations.
知 最 近 猪 目 撃 注 意
The Kanji Readings (this usage) and Meanings:
知 (し) – know; wisdom
最 (サイ) – most; utmost; extreme
近 (キン) – near; nearly; close
猪 (いのしし) – Not on WaniKani (JLPT N1) – wild boar (usually written with kana alone)
目 (モク) – eye; look
撃 (ケギ) – attack; beat
注 (チュウ) – pour; flow into
意 (イ) – idea
お知らせ (おしらせ) – notice; notification
最近 – recently; lately
あたり – around; about; neighborhood (usually written with kana alone, but could be 辺り)
猪 – wild boar (usually written with kana alone)
目撃 – sighting; witnessing; observing
されています – doing verb
注意 – caution; warning
ください – please
お知らせ – Notice (Notification)
Wild boar have been sighted in this area recently.
(Recently, around here wild boar, have been sighted)
Please be cautious.