Japanese Writing Practice: Let’s Work on Katakana (Part 2)

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Hopefully, you’ve had chance to look at Let’s Practice Writing Your Kana (Part 1) Hiragana. Let’s move on to kataka, also an important part of the Japanese writing system. For me, learning katakana was a bit more challenging than hiragana because there were so more characters that resemble one another, especially tsu & shi, so & n. But I’ll try to go through these as logically as possible to make them easy to learn and understand. So, here’s how to write the 46 katakana characters.

(Video will post soon…)

Please keep in mind that there are accents that can go along with these symbols, and character combinations that slightly alter the respective sounds.

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