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Some characters indeed have tricky stroke orders even for native speakers (writers?), for instance, 左 is started from the horizontal line but 右 is from the slanted one, and so on. But in your case, it seems to be a simple misunderstanding. I don't know which font you use to browse this site, but typically, 母 and 日 would look like in the image below, ...


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Does the following explanation help? The logogramme 母 is formed from 女 by adding two dots representing the prominent breasts typical to lactating women (while 女 epitomises a woman tempting a man.) For the record the stroke order for 女 is indicated here -> http://jisho.org/search/%23kanji%20%E5%A5%B3 . So (hopefully) you experience less difficulty in ...


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Technically the correct order is left to bottom, and so on. You could do it in your own order, but I personally would not recommend that. 日 and 母 are very different characters to begin with. I would recommend using jisho.com for the stroke orders, as typed characters can be very distorted. http://jisho.org/search/%23kanji%20%E6%AF%8D The only way to really ...



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