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ROMAJI - mo
SOUND - [as in MOwer]
looks like a man with a hat on taking a MOrning's
MA MI MU ME MO
I keep seeing differing stroke orders on this one. Some places show that it's the horizontal lines that come first, but others are like this one.
Are the other ones wrong? Is this the way it should be done? Can it be done both ways?
I've noticed that in English when pronouncing vowels the pitch of a persons goes down a bit at the end, while in Japanese it goes a bit up. Something good to keep in mind.
You can catch 'mo fish with two worms on the hook!
Now I have a picture of a fisherman saying that stuck in my head :)
Is it just me or does this symbol's stroke sequence deviate from the normal pattern? I have noticed that they seem to go left to right and clockwise in stroke patterns. The horizontals have almost always come first in the stroke sequence as well. Just wondering :)
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Yepp, if I dont remind myself the order I keep writing the horizontals first. Kind of weird.
love this website again i cant stress how you guys made this to be so easy! :D i can already form some my own vocabulary!
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This is the best website I've coming across! Saying the sound, the examples, repeating the sound, and then writing the symbol ten times has been a great way to learn. Then I write the five hiragana from each chapter I've learned so far over and over until I can randomly write them. Thank you for this awesome resource!
Thank you so much for the nice comment!
You fully deserve it... I would write the same, but the dude covered me! I practicaly learned to read in Hiragana in some hours-and I bet that by practising I'll get used enough!!! :)
Thank you! Keep it up by finding hiragana around the internet to practice reading.
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