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How to pronounce Kana in Japanese fifty-tone pictures

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How to pronounce Kana in Japanese fifty-tone pictures

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In order to give you a solid foundation for Japanese introductory students, paving the way for the future of Japanese learning, I will bring you an article on how to pronounce Japanese fifty-tone pictures in Kana, and students will keep in mind the following about fifty The knowledge point of the pseudonym of the sound, successfully broke through the introduction to Japanese. The editor hopes that this information can help everyone learn Japanese, and also hopes that everyone will sign up for our Japanese exam counseling face-to-face class at our Weiming Japanese School!

Before telling the pronunciation of Japanese Katakana, let's give you a little knowledge of popular Japanese Katakana pronunciation:


   The pronunciation of Katakana in Japanese is actually the same as the pronunciation of Hiragana. What sound should be pronounced in Japanese Hiragana, and the corresponding Japanese Katakana should be pronounced the same.


  Katakana is used to write Japanese loanwords, such as ミルク (miruku, originally milk, which is changed according to the English pronunciation.)


  Katakana is the text produced by the vocabulary used to fill in Japanese vacancies after the creation of Hiragana. It is a radical of writing certain Chinese characters and changed.


   So how do you pronounce Japanese Katakana? The following Japanese Katakana 50-tone pronunciation table will solve everyone's problems. You can try it out with Chinese Pinyin!


  Note: The letters (Roman sound) in the table are similar to Chinese Pinyin.

After reading the Japanese katakana 50 sound pronunciation table above, I feel that Japanese katakana is pretty good pronunciation!


Did you find the pronunciation of "ツtsu" in the Katakana table? You can’t read it in Chinese~ The Japanese katakana "ツtsu" is equivalent to the pronunciation of "ci", and the katakana "チchi" The pronunciation is "qi" pronunciation, and there is also らりるれろ to be pronounced as lalilulelo, so if you want to learn the pronunciation of Japanese Katakana, you have to be taught by a special Japanese teacher!

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