The third of three lessons dealing with Hiragana, the first alphabet of the Japanese language. This lesson shows how characters are modified using the small versions of the characters for Ya, Yu and Yo. The lesson starts with a explanation of the characters and the full Hiragana table and continues with practice sheets for writing all of the modified characters. Finishing the lesson with three sets of useful words that utilise the modified characters.
Beginners Japanese – Study Hiragana
The entry alphabet of the Japanese Language
For anyone interested in studying Japanese language and writing. Practice the letters and sounds of Hiragana and form new words. This book takes you through the alphabet step by step until you can read and write Japanese words
Beginners Japanese - Hiragana
Begin your journey into learning how to read and write Japanese by taking on the first alphabet, Hiragana. This workbook takes you through each character and modified character with hints and tips to help you build your knowledge as you go.
Practice sheets are included in each section to allow you to practice each character, refine your writing skills and try some sample words.
You will start by reading the basic Hiragana alphabet that is used to create basic Japanese words. From there you can practice the Hiragana characters to help you memorise them and to increase your Japanese handwriting skills before again writing out some sample words made up from the characters you have studied.
The three sections of this book take you through every character in the alphabet with the subtle modifications used to change a character’s sound all separately dealt with so you can practice writing them and see how they are affected.
Beginners Japanese Hiragana takes you through the basics and prepares you for the next alphabet, used for foreign words, Katakana.