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此れ
是れ
之れ

Irregular okurigana usage
Readings

kore
English
Pronoun
See also: それ・1
See also: あれ・1
See also: どれ・1
Usually written using kana alone
indicating an item near the speaker, the action of the speaker, or the current topic
this, this one

Pronoun
Usually written using kana alone
usu. indicating someone in one's in-group
this person

Pronoun
Usually written using kana alone
as これから, これまで, etc.
now, this point (in time)

Pronoun
dated term
Usually written using kana alone
here

Adverb (fukushi)
formal or literary term
Usually written using kana alone
used to stress the subject of a sentence

Pronoun
Archaism
I, me

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Grammar
これ(此・是・之・惟)、それ(其), あれ(彼): this, that, the other
Kanjis
ON: KUN: これ, この, ここ
this, current, next, coming, last, past

Stroke: 6 SKIP: 1-4-2 FC: 2111.1


ON: ゼ, シ KUN: これ, この, ここ
just so, this, right, justice

Stroke: 9 JLPT: N1 SKIP: 2-4-5 FC: 6080.0


ON: KUN: の, これ, ゆく, この
of, this

Stroke: 3 JLPT: N1 SKIP: 4-3-4 FC: 3030.0


ON:
fiber, tie, rope

Stroke: 14 JLPT: N1 SKIP: 1-6-8 FC: 2091.1


ON: イ, ユイ KUN: おも.んみる, これ, おも.うに
consider, reflect, think

Stroke: 11 JLPT: N1 SKIP: 1-3-8 FC: 9001.1


Phrases
これは兄です。かっこいいですね。
Parts: 此れ (これ) (あに) 格好いい (かっこいい)
This is my brother. Handsome, isn't he?

これは面白い本だよ。
Parts: 此れ (これ) 面白い (おもしろい) (ほん)
This is an interesting book.

私はこれからは英語を一生懸命勉強します。
Parts: (わたし) 此れ (これ) から 英語 (えいご) 一生懸命 (いっしょうけんめい) 勉強 (べんきょう)
I will study English hard from now on.

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