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Are they different alphabets? I'm really new to this and i get easily confused so could someone plz help me?
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Without a noun you can say これはあか kore wa aka or これはあかい kore wa akai both are fine and both mean 'this is red'
So I guess if it helps to simplify things, just remember akai as being red for now.
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You probably saw the kanji of red....
As far as I know there 3 japanese alphabets.... well 2 really.... Hiragana and katakana... the third alphabet is chinese characters which is called kanji that the japanese use.....
Though i wonder do the chinese use them to but mabye for different meanings.... OR mabye not different meanings but they pronounce it differently.
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