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Kana Lesson 2 by koriroxx Kana Lesson 2 by koriroxx
Here it is! Lesson 2! お待たせしまいました! (Sorry for making you wait!)

In this lesson you're learning five new sounds, but ten new characters... How does that work, you ask?

Well, the left side, Hiragana, is one way of representing these sounds, and the right side, Katakana, is another way.

Hiragana is for words which have no Kanji and for particles, which are post-positions (like our prepositions, but after the word they mark, not before), and furigana (placing kana over kanji to show pronunciation).

Katakana, on the other hand, is for foreign words used in Japanese (like レストラン - restaurant), and for showing italics or emphasis.

If you're confused please leave a comment. I will clarify it for you!

~~ Stroke Diagrams ~~

あ: [link]
い: [link]
う: [link]
え: [link]
お: [link]
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Temari-Chi Featured By Owner Sep 18, 2010
ありがとうございました!!!!

すばらしい一日を!

Thank you very much!!!

On my computer, you can type Japanese Characters XD
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koriroxx Featured By Owner Sep 18, 2010  Hobbyist Digital Artist
あっ、いいえ。レッソンを読むのはありがとうございます。
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Temari-Chi Featured By Owner Sep 18, 2010
あなたはようこそ!

(I think that is correct...)
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koriroxx Featured By Owner Sep 18, 2010  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Ah, no. That is "You, welcome! (like welcome to wherever you're at)"

いいえ、どういたしまして or just いいえ are "don't mention it" or "you're welcome."
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Temari-Chi Featured By Owner Sep 18, 2010
Ahh,,, ok;

Thank you!
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