Basics Of HiraganaQuick read · Mon 27 September
Basics Of Hiragana
Hiragana is the first alphabet the Japanese learn. Hiragana is made of characters which carry syllables so is Katakana. Hiragana is easy to spot as it is made of curvy shapes and lines. There are a total of 46 different characters, but don’t worry. There are 5 vowels and the rest are vowel-consonant unions with the exception of ’N’. When writing in hiragana, it’s important to remember the stroke order; otherwise, the characters can look a little lop-sided. You’ll see the characters written in different fonts in the app but the Reference will show you how to handwrite the characters correctly.
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