View topic - Why do some kanji change sound?
So here's 2 examples:
I'm confused how the か in 紙 becomes が. Same with the さ in 皿 becoming a ざ sound、and so on for other kanji. I know this is probably to make it easier to pronounce, but I know of no rules of this to make it "understandable", or what it's even called.
Unless this is quick to explain, please do provide a link so I don't waste your time.. If this was posted already, I have no idea how to search it, so I'm veddy sorry.
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That should give you an introduction to it. I don't know enough to give any better explanation myself. :/
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