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Bowl of goodies. From an image
Bowl of goodies. From an image

From an image on Pixabay. From an image

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Apricot. Source httpcommonswikimediaorgwikifileapricotpsfpng
Apricot. Source httpcommonswikimediaorgwikifileapricotpsfpng

Source: http://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Apricot_(PSF).png. Source httpcommonswikimediaorgwikifileapricotpsfpng

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Fruit icons pack 2.
Fruit icons pack 2.

Fruit Icons pack 2.

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Apricot. Fruit store fresh
Apricot. Fruit store fresh

Apricot fruit store. Fresh fruit every day. Share me for free on g !. Fruit store fresh

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Apricot Thumbprint Cookie. A jam filled
Apricot Thumbprint Cookie. A jam filled

A apricot jam filled thumbprint cookie.. A jam filled

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Fourth537-548. I want you
Fourth537-548. I want you

I want you to use the cliparts which I call "wiktionary guide" as a teaching material for teaching "kyoiku kanji" ///////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////// "kyoiku kanji" means "educational kanji" in English /////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////// "kyoiku kanji" is a list of 1,006 kanji //////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////// Although the list is designed for Japanese children, it can also be a means of a sequence of kanji-learning by non-native speakers /////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////// The reference which I use is here:https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kyōiku_kanji Let me introduce the website called "JAPAN FOUNDATION" where you can learn Japanese for free. you can see the contents in various languages . The "JAPAN FOUNDATION" url is here: https://www.erin.ne.jp/en/. I want you

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Today's kanji-109-ume. A kanji which
Today's kanji-109-ume. A kanji which

A kanji which is read as "ume" and means "Japanese apricot or Chinese plum" in English /////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////// "u" of "ume" is read as "whoo" of "whoops" in English /////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////// and I want to thank J_Alves for creating and sharing the awesome image of blackboard. A kanji which

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