[resolved] Ninn,jinn(にん,じん) isn't accepted for the "person" kanji

Answer:

にん and じん are two different readings, both fairly common. Put in either of the two, instead of both.

Also, take a look in the FAQ Section

Original Question:

Hello There!

So, I have started my first proper Kanji lesson today, but i sadly ran into the following issue:
I tried answering to the “person” Kanji with the input “にん,じん”, “にんじん” and “にん,じん”, of which none was accepted. Now i wanna know if this is a known bug or if i am just doing something wrong. Answering the other Kanji before that was no issue.
Thanks in advance!

-Ben

2 Likes

にん and じん are two different readings, both fairly common. Put in either of the two, instead of both.

Also, take a look in the FAQ Section

8 Likes

Oh, i just misunderstood the explanation then. Thank you for the quick answer!!

2 Likes

(you can simply mark a reply as a solution, if you click the tickbox under the reply)

3 Likes

Accidentally, にんじん means “carrot”

6 Likes

Every time I choose the wrong onyomi for 人, I call it the carrot problem.

4 Likes

This topic was automatically closed 365 days after the last reply. New replies are no longer allowed.