Hiragana Chapter 6

Hiragana Page 31 は ha

Hiragana HA

HOW TO WRITE IT

ROMAJI - ha
SOUND
- [as in HA!]


MEMORY: It has two parts to make memorizing it HArd


EXAMPLES: How do you say them?
- This means 'yes'

- This means 'bridge' or 'chopsticks'

- This means 'tooth'


When used as a particle it is pronounced as wa - but don't worry about it now :)

Hiragana Page 32 ひ hi

It almost looks like a smiley face without eyes

HOW TO WRITE IT (from top- left to right)

ROMAJI - hi
SOUND
- [as in HE]


MEMORY: It looks like HE has both hands raised


EXAMPLES: How do you say them?
- This means 'day'

- This means 'person'


Hiragana Page 33 ふ fu

Be careful! You would think "HU" but it is pronounced as "FU"

HOW TO WRITE IT (from top to bottom)

ROMAJI - fu
SOUND
- [as in FOOd]


MEMORY: It looks like a snake looking for some FOOd


EXAMPLES: How do you say them?
- This means 'ship' or 'boat'

- This means 'skin'


Say 'HA HI FU HE HO' several times

Hiragana Page 34 へ he

Hiragana

HOW TO WRITE IT

ROMAJI - he
SOUND
- [as in HEY!]


MEMORY: HEY it's an upside down 'V' (almost)


EXAMPLES: How do you say them?
- This means 'not good at' or 'poor at'

- This means 'calm' or 'peaceful'


Like ha when this is used as a particle it is pronounced as just e (drop the h) - but more on that later...

Hiragana Page 35 ほ ho

Hiragana

HOW TO WRITE IT

ROMAJI - ho
SOUND
- [as in HOle]


MEMORY: HO OH! It is more complicated than ha!


EXAMPLES: How do you say them?
- This means 'star'

- This means 'want' or 'would like'

- This means 'bone'


 

Hiragana Page 36 Review Six

Here are the suspects... Can you name them?


CHAPTER 6: THE QUIZ


What is the Hiragana to the left?






Continue until you are sure of them all

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