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Tue Oct 22, 2013, 10:59 AM

This is the chart I meant to post... its complete.

The other one was incomplete, sorry about that. This is better and explains better too. The first step in learning
Japanese is learning some of the symbols. This is Hiragana. Later maybe we can post one for Katakana. Kanji is abit
more complicated...as its like Chinese symbols.

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Tue Oct 22, 2013, 11:11 AM

1. And here is the Katakana Chart..

Its amazing...in that in Japanese.. words that have to do with all things Japanese are in Hiragana. Things that are from outside
Japan...are written in Katakana
For example Coffee: is Kohi. That would be in Katakana.
Tea is : ocha... and would be written in Hiragana.

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