Do you remember at the beginning of the blog that I mentioned there are 3 writing systems in Japanese?
So far I've been writing in Hiragana. That's all I'll do for this blog.
If you look at something written in Japanese, typically you'll see a mix of all three. When you are first learning Japanese, I believe it is easiest to start with Hiragana.
If you want to learn Katakana or Kanji, then there are lots of online resources. One of my favourites is Smile Nihongo. The teacher is Yuko-sensei (ゆうこーせんせい). She is an excellent language instructor and a native Japanese speaker. Stella & I really enjoy her lessons.
For now, let's start to gain a better understanding of Hiragana.
We'll start with the basic characters
Ready. Set. Let's learn Hiragana!
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