The Japanese writing system is made up of Kanji, ideographs from Chinese Characters (up to 60,000 symbols), Hiragana, a syllabary used for Japanese words (about 45 symbols), and Katakana, used for foreign words (about 45 symbols).
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Kana, Hiragana, and Katakana, letters which help you pronounce the words in ...
Roughly speaking, kanji represents blocks of meaning (nouns, stems of adjectives and verbs) and hiragana expresses the grammatical relationship between them (endings of adjectives and verbs, particles ). Katakana is used for foreign names, the names of foreign places a... More »
The Japanese alphabet consists of 99 sounds formed with 5 vowels (a, e, i, o,
and u) and 14 consonants (k, s, t, h, m, y, r, w, g, z, d, b, p, and n), as is shown in ...
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Japanese language consists of three alphabets: kanji (pictographic characters
imported from China), hiragana and katakana (phonetic alphabets developed in
A guide to phonic alphabets used in Japanese. ... of kanji, or Chinese characters,
Japanese uses two sets of phonic characters called hiragana and katakana.
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