When a vocabulary has only a single kanji without any hiragana connected to it, it usually uses the kunyomi reading. However, with numbers, it is an exception. When a number is written, it's going to be the onyomi reading. Just make sure to remember this exception as it is used quite a lot.
Please walk back a few steps.
She calls me Kenji.
Are these books Kenji's?
His name is Kenji, but everyone calls him Ken.
Two rabbits, a white rabbit and a black rabbit, lived in a large forest.
Let's take up the second problem, shall we?
His name is Kenji, but we call him Ken.
May I have this for two or three days?
He decided not to buy the house, because in the first place it was too expensive, and in the second place it was too far from his office.
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