Japanese Kana Writing Practice Sheets: Hiragana
This new approach of learning Hiragana by their shape will help you saving a lot of writing practice time. One of the most astounding aspects of learning the written Japanese language however, is the fact that all media and teachers are displaying the famous "fifty sounds table" not only as reference but also as the "Holy Grail" of how (and in which order) to learn the Hiragana & Katakana... Remember the days back in school when YOU started to learn the alphabet: Did you really begin with the letter "A" and ended with "Z"? Or was it that you had a lot of writing practice AND had to remember the order of the letters in the alphabet? All you need to know for looking up a word in a Japanese dictionary is the order of the Japanese syllabaries (Hiragana & Katakana): A-I-U-E-O and A-KA-SA-TA-NA-HA-MA-YA-RA-WA. Repeat these two phrases a few times and they are learnt, forever. Now, let's start learning the Japanese characters the smart and economic way: by their shape - and be impressed by your quick progress.
- Publication Date
- Aug 21, 2008
- Education & Language
- All Rights Reserved - Standard Copyright License
- By (author): Claus Liepke