Hiragana Alphabet Lessions

Written by Jpbasic on December 29th, 2009

Hiragana (ひらがな) is a Japanese syllabary, one component of the Japanese writing system, along with katakana, kanji, and the Latin alphabet (Rōmaji)

Hiragana are used for words for which there are no kanji, including particles such as kara から “from”, and suffixes such as ~san さん “Mr., Mrs., Miss, Ms.” Hiragana are also used in words for which the kanji form is not known to the writer or readers, or is too formal for the writing purpose. Verb and adjective inflections, as, for example, be-ma-shi-ta (べました) in tabemashita (食べました, “ate”), are written in hiragana. In this case, part of the root is also written in kanji. Hiragana are also used to give the pronunciation of kanji in a reading aid called furigana.

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Learn how to write a i u e o japanese hiragana

Learn how to write ka ki ku ke ko japanese hiragana

Learn how to write sa shi su se so

Learn how to write  ta chi tsu te to

Learn how to write na ni nu ne no

Learn how to write ha hi fu he ho

Learn how to write ma mi mu me mo

Learn how to write ya yu yo

Learn how to write ra ri ru re ro

Learn how to write wa o n

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