Hiragana - Symbol Codes

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    Hiragana is the main alphabet or character set for Japanese. Japanese also consists of two other character sets - Kanji (Chinese characters), which we will get into later, and another alphabet/character set, Katakana, which is mainly used for foreign words. Katakana will be covered in Lesson 2. Don't wait to move on until you have all Hiragana.
    By: ClutchCon|||||||||
    Hiragana is the basic Japanese phonetic script. It represents every sound in the Japanese language. Therefore, you can theoretically write everything in Hiragana. However, because Japanese is written with no spaces, this will create nearly indecipherable text. Here is a table of Hiragana and similar-sounding English consonant-vowel pronunciations.
    By: alasota|||||||||
    Download your free hiragana and katakana workbook here! You see many people refer to hiragana as an alphabet, but in actual fact, it is a syllabary. This means that each character represents a syllable or sound. Japanese hiragana is actually much easier than the English alphabet. It is a phonetic script and each character only has one sound.
    By: backstagestitches|||||||||
    Hiragana (ๅนณไปฎๅ or ใฒใ‚‰ใŒใช) is one of three Japanese syllabary, a component of the Japanese writing system along with Katakana, Kanji, and Romaji. It contains 48 characters. Hiragana and katakana are both kana systems, with the rule that each character represents one mora. Additionally, each kana is either a vowel such as a (ใ‚) or a consonant followed by a vowel such as ka (ใ‹.
    By: aliencup|||||||||
    ใฒใ‚‰ใŒใช(hiragana) is the fundamental component of the Japanese writing system.ใ‚ซใ‚ฟใ‚ซใƒŠ(katakana) andๆผขๅญ—(kanji) are the other two writing systems in Japanese.If you want to learn all of the hiragana for free with step-by-step videos and descriptions, this guide is for you. In Japan, people start learning ใฒใ‚‰ใŒใช (hiragana) at a very young age, usually in preschool or early.
    By: bumbeel||||||||| - 2022
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