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ROMAJI - ha
SOUND - [as in HA!]
has two parts to make memorizing it HArd
When used as a particle it is pronounced as wa
- but don't worry about it now :)
it looks like an underlined +6 on its side :)
it looks like ke with an inward curve :)
looks like someone fighting and saying ha
people like fruits;everyone has a different taste but we love them all.
Inspired by other learners' posts, i wonder if a good study aid for this hiragana be: a capitalized H (you need to stare a little hard, but no need to stare too hard), the upper part is somewhat shorter than the lower part of this letter H. Then, a lower case a at the lower right bottom. What do you think?
Thats the same thing i'm using to memories this one ^_^ It looks like the letter H with a little tail at the bottom C:
Thanks, that helped me memorize "ha" :)
I had a question but never mind.
this is chopsticks - このわはしです。
Is this correct?!
The particle "wa" is written は, and kono is used a little differently. Kore is what you'd use for that.
So これははしです would be a better way to say it.
HA! I'm running away!!! :P
sort of looks like someone holding a HA-key stick.
Looks like a person punching the wall going HA! in some sort of Samurai move...
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