Hiragana done!

Ah! After just over two weeks I am beginning to feel comfortable with reading hiragana.  I may not know what it means, but I can read it!  Step one complete.  On to step two: Katakana.

Hiragana        Syllables

あいうえお     a i u e o

かきくけこ     ka ki ku ke ko

がぎぐげご     ga gi gu ge go

さしすせそ     sa shi su se so

ざじずぜぞ     za ji zu ze zo

たちつてと     ta chi tsu te to

だぢづでど     da ji zu de do

なにぬねの     na ni nu ne no

はひふへほ     ha hi hu he ho

ばびぶべぼ     ba bi bu be bo

ぱぴぷぺぽ     pa pi pu pe po

まみむめも     ma mi mu me mo

やゆよ             ya yu yo

らりるれろ     ra ri ru re ro

わを                wa wo

ん                   n


About Matthew J. Durocher

Matthew Durocher is a graduate of Michigan Tech University. He acquired his BA in English along with a minor in Music Composition and a certificate in Writing in Spring 2012. His style is one of passion and musicality. One foot is firmly rooted in tradition while the other slides dangerously close to the clouds.
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