How the Japanese Write the Letter a to Z?


The Japanese letter a z is very different. It includes the Hiragana, Katakan and Kana formations. Although they don't have the a to z letter formation, they have some equivalents in the above forms.
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Z. single roman letters can not be written in japanese
1. Write the letter, following guidelines for the opening of the letter. This includes proper dating, addressing of the recipient and the typical topics found in an opening paragraph
In most dialects of English, the letter's name is zed /ˈzɛd/, reflecting its derivation from the Greek zeta, but in American English, its name is zee /ˈziː/, deriving
I can only think of one- ziti, small tube-shaped pasta There is also zucchini (courgette in Europe)
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