If a person was hit with a stone, what would you do?
In a packed train, my hand accidentally touched the butt of the woman next to me and I was so worried I’d be mistaken for a molester.
I’m glad my guess was right.
You know this is a verb because it ends with an う sound. The kanji for this word is right or success, so what's the verb form of that? Turns out it's a ton of things. Like, a crazy amount of things. I tried narrowing it down for you, but it will still be a lot. This word tends to be about getting an answer right. As in, to guess correctly or to be on target. It means many other things too, but I think these are the two meanings you'll see the most, so focus on those.
Since this word consists of a kanji with hiragana attached, you can bet that it will use the kun'yomi reading. You didn't learn that reading with this kanji, so here's a mnemonic to help you to remember the あ portion.
You need to guess the correct answer. What do you choose? You guess A (あ) and hope it's right. Turns out you were right on the money. Well done! Imagine yourself winning a fabulous prize.