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a: This is pronounced similarly to the 'a' in 'awful'.
i: This is pronounced similarly to the 'ee' in 'feet'.
u: This is pronounced similarly to the 'oo' in 'mood'.
good mood, half a face smiling
e: This is pronounced similarly to the 'e' in 'met'.
o: This is pronounced similarly to the 'o' in 'cold' .
ka
ki
ku
ke
rivers with a bridge
ko
sa
shi
looks like a hook for a comic book
su
lawer looking to sue
se
so
Sewing machine
ta
chi
tsu
te
T
to: This character kind of looks like a 'toe' with the toenail sticking up.
na:
The first part of this symbol is the same as the first part of ta.
ni:
The second part of this symbol is the same as ko.
nu
new v2 rocket
ne:
Ne is the first sound in neko, the word for cat. This symbol also looks like a cat with its back arched and its tail curled.
the cat with the curled tail
no
ha
hi
fu/hu
he
ho: Ho looks like ha except that there is an extra stroke at the top of the second part. Make sure that the last line doesn't go above the line at the top.
ma
mi
picture of me lying down
mu
me
mo
ya
yu
yo
yo yo gone screwy
ra
ri
arms carrying rice
ru
re
beam shooting through smoke
ro
three rows
wa:
Wa looks like ne and re except that the tails are different, so be careful when making the tail.
like a ray through smoke, but the smoke comes back in
wo/o:
Wo can be written as wo or o (in romaji) but is always pronounced o.
n