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Hiragana - Japanese Alphabet

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Saie Okazaki

on 7 April 2011

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Transcript of Hiragana - Japanese Alphabet

Hiragana One of the 3 Japanese alphabets. It was adapated from Chinese Dakutens change the way the characters siund.However, you can't place dakutens on any character Handakutens also change the way certain characters sound Hiragana is the easiest alphabet t learn It takes around a week depending on the time spent by the student The Hirgana alphabet is based on the vowels - a,e,i,o,u Simple greetings This link explains how certian greetings. The use of romanji ( japanese words written in the roman alphabet.) to help you pronounce certain words. http://japanese.about.com/od/introductoryjapaneselesso/ss/blank12.htm
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