Now we have the first consonant [K sound + A sound = KA]

HOW TO WRITE IT
[Follow the red strokes from left to right]

ROMAJI - ka
SOUND
- [as in CAr] 10 k wav


MEMORY: I remembered it because it looks like a 'K' - well sort of...


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

- This means 'to buy'
- This means 'red'

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Hiragana and Katakana use the same sound system. So once you learn the way Hiragana works, Katakana isn't too difficult!

1 a i u e o R 2 ka ki ku ke ko R 3 sa shi su se so R 4 ta chi tsu te to R 5 na ni nu ne no R
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ha hi fu he ho R 7 ma mi mu me mo R 8 ya yu yo R 9 ra ri ru re ro R 10 wa n R 11 combo 12 last