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Ankita Katdare
Ankita Katdare • Jun 24, 2009

Learn Japanese – the easy way.

Learning a foreign language is not just a hobby anymore.
Needless to say, It’s got more benefits than ever.

Here's bringing you a simple way of learning Basics of Japanese.

Japanese syllables are divided into 3 categories:

HIRAGANA, KATAKANA and ROMAJI

Hiragana - is the basic collection of japanese vowels and consonants.
Katakana - is the script used to write or read the English words.
Romaji - is the English interpretation of Hiragana and Katakana.

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- Ankita
My Blog Junkyard
Ankita Katdare
Ankita Katdare • Jun 24, 2009
Hiragana consists of five vowels just like English, but pronounced differently.

They are a, i, u, e, o.

Pronounced :

a as "aa"
i as "ee"
u as "oo"
e as "ae"
o as "O"

Written as

- a - i - u - e - o


A personal note for all the CEans who would really like to learn Japanese:

Make an entry of each of these posts in a small notebook.
That would be really helpful to understand and recall things later. ;-)

And let me know if you find my first attempt to japanese tutorial helpful. :smile:

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- Ankita
My Blog Junkyard
Its really a nice initiative and helpful. World is too small to roam; so its always great to learn atleast something about all the language; If not all, then better atleast a few. 😁

Good job Ankita.. keep doing good work.

-CB
Awesome! I've always wanted to learn Japanese.

*gets notebook*
durga ch
durga ch • Jun 24, 2009
AWESOME!
Can you teach me the maine theme of NARUTO? 😁
silverscorpion
silverscorpion • Jun 25, 2009
Hi Ankita,
Glad to know that you know Japanese.
And gladder to say that I too know a bit of Japanese.

And if you want, I can chip in something too..
Cheers! 😀😀
Ankita Katdare
Ankita Katdare • Jun 25, 2009
@ Durga : Yup. But do you mean the lyrics in japanese? If yes, that will have to wait till some more time.

@ silverscorpion : It would be great if you help too. 😀
ms_cs
ms_cs • Jun 25, 2009
@AbraKadabra: I am curious to learn..

PS: Word07 and my browser,fortunately support Japanese fonts 😉
silverscorpion
silverscorpion • Jun 26, 2009
Cool.. Let's start with Japanese, then.

I already saw a thread on Hiragana.
Way to go Ankita. And I'll surely help.. 😀
manngnth
manngnth • Jul 14, 2009
No spamming please!
jhbalaji
jhbalaji • Jul 29, 2009
Any Updates 😀 ????
Black_Rose
Black_Rose • Jul 29, 2009
Oo Ankita just caught the thread. Awesome idea, I was thinking of taking a beginner's course later this year. I would love to learn Japanese, if only to understand Bleach and Naruto better 😛

*Eagerly awaits second tutorial*
jhbalaji
jhbalaji • Aug 13, 2009
Why no updates mate???
Sammywe
Sammywe • Oct 30, 2009
Hi,
I'm not taking a Japanese language class right now, so I'm trying to keep my skills from deteriorating too much by using LangLearner through their podcasts. Tools like this can be a great supplement to language learning, but there's nothing like an in-person tutor. Japanese and many more languages. I'm learning Languages with this tool it's very helpful and I hope it helps you.
CIVILPRINCESS
CIVILPRINCESS • Oct 30, 2009
nice thread...........😁
last year the entire first years in my college learnt Japanese 4th level-the basics(or rather nihongo 😁 as the call their language)and passed it with great difficulty....:smile:
i can try to teach you some words or sentences..........😁
(but beware i am not an expert;-))

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