Na'Lon (na_lon) wrote,


I have been meaning to start learning Japanese for ages now, so on Friday I swung past the public library and picked up a language course for complete beginners and a big book.

So far all I have been doing is learning to read and write hiragana (katakana to follow shortly). I can now recognise a, i, u, e, o, ka, ki, ku, ke, ko, sa, shi, su, se, and so. I can reliably write them in I do it in that order, but still get a little confused one in a while if I start with the syllables at random and try to write the correct corresponding kana. But at least I know how to write the strokes in the correct order for these fifteen kana. :-)
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