Hello Kanji learners,

     Have you finished Hiragana? Please make sure you know Hiragana letters well. Now we will move on Katakana, last step before Kanji. Katakana alphabet also has 46 letters like Hiragana. Some Katakana letters resembles Hiragana counterparts which make themselves easily recognized.

Let’s begin..

     Like in Hiragana Study, the Katakana Alphabet and the Diacritics Table will be shown first. Remember some reading hints explained in Hiragana section. Because same hints will be utilized in Katakana learning, too.





And here are the links to a Daily Katakana Study:

Katakana Chart (General)

Day 1 (a, i, u, e, o)

Day 2 (ka, ki, ku, ke, ko)

Day 3 (sa, shi, su, se, so)

Day 4 (ta, chi, tsu, te, to)

Day 5 (na, ni, nu, ne, no)

Day 6 (ha, hi, fu, he, ho)

Day 7 (ma, mi, mu, me, mo)

Day 8 (ya, yu, yo, ra, ri, ru, re, ro)

Day 9 (wa, o, n)

Day 10 (Review)





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