My name is Freja (j is pronounced with a y sound” and I’m trying to figure out the best way to render my name in Katakana because I’ve seen it a few different ways while searching. They include:
I figured it was worth getting feedback and see what others think. Thank you.
I need some help translating CHIRASHI or CHIRASIZUSHI into Katakana
I researched on the internet and this came up :
Chirashizushi : ちらし寿司
but I need to be certain thats the right translation.
also need the katana for CHIRASHIYA as in "house of chirashi" or place of chirashi
4.5. Katakana shapes4.5.1. Comparison between hiragana and katakana
Some katakana look like the corresponding hiragana, but many of them are different. Hiragana often have round curves, and katakana often have straight lines.
4.4. Katakana table
This is ごじゅうおんず "gozyûonzu" (kana table) of katakana (かたがな "katakana"). Note that kana in the table are written in the Japanese way, characters from top to bottom and lines from right to left.
Each katakana is shown with its pronunciation. Being the same as hiragana except...
I am just looking to have some introductions and easy discussion in hirigana/katakana only for now. I took Japanese in the past but it has been years since I used it. I am trying to relearn it.
I recently learned hiragana very quickly simply by reading these stories out loud which are written purely in hiragana Japanese Stories
I found that simply reading it out loud non-stop allowed me to learn all hiragana in a few days. I'm very keen to do the same with katakana but I'm having...
I was watching a vlog and came across this, I read it as "imou don" not as the correct "imo udon".
Other then knowing enough vocabulary to help distinguish words, are there any tricks to distinguish different word in sentences, other than when it changes from hiragana/katakana/kanji to...
I've been learning Japanese for a little while now and I'm still baffled by when to use katakana. All descriptions tell me it's used for foreign words, names, and words borrowed from other languages. But how am I meant to tell what the foreign words are? For example, banana uses katakana, but I...
At first, Japanese language can be "terrifying" since it has 3 syllabaries: Hiragana, Katakana, and Kanji. These are totally different from what we learned in English and remembering at least Hiragana and Katakana may be a dificult staff. So this time I would like to share some methods to learn...
I made a 20video of how to write Japanese(youtube).
It is video of how to write japanese katakana =10video.
and japanese hiragana =10video.
I am wondering whether will make the next series
Ｄo you think is it useful?
I know i can get lists online and all but just staring at them is not helping me and the way i figure it kanji will come way later. So is are there workbooks or textbooks (preferably online or free for download) that will help me learn them? If some other method is known please tell me as this...