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Old 08-13-2005, 02:28 PM   #8 (permalink)
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..and of course I forgot the attachments
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LESSON 4

In this lesson you'll learn m, y and r.

Ma =
Me =
Mi =
Mo =
Mu =

Write every symbol many times on a paper (following a guide in attachments) and focus on what you're writing.

Ya =
Yu =
Yo =

Write every symbol many times on a paper (following a guide in attachments) and focus on what you're writing.

Now, you must not forget the symbols learnt in previous lessons. Keep on practising them as well.

Write:
kayako taetsu
chihamo yoko
naseki chifutoi
annako masentaa

Ra =
Re =
Ri =
Ro =
Ru =

Write every symbol many times on a paper (following a guide in attachments) and focus on what you're writing.

NOW, have a break, don't do the rest of the lesson now. Go, take a walk or drink a cup of coffee or something.


don't scroll below this.


so, had the break, huh

Now, write every symbol on a paper you've learnt on this lesson. If you don't remember them, don't look for them, but leave a blank place there.

After you've done this, putthe paper away and look for the symbols you didn't remember. Look at them, but don't write them down anywhere. Just look at them and try to remember them.

Then, take the paper back and fill in the blanks.

Now, transliterate:
れろよこつは
まなちこて
ふゆる
らやこ
あえいられいこえい
かてくつはやちこう

That's it for now.

Enjoy learning.
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Writing guide for lesson 4:
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There are a variety of good japanese language sites that have more detailed explanations. Google it!
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Talking Really?

Really?

I love Jonne's method!

And by the way, the most japanese teaching sites are not often updated.

I know a lot of japanese sites too.

You can check a nice forum at www.animelyrics.com/forum but I don't like th admins because they're very stupid.

Jonne! Keep it up! (lol)
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Yess and those sites don't TEACH. They give you a kana chart and say 'learn it before going to next lesson' .. i don't like their way hehe
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LESSON 5

In this lesson you'll learn..
w
voiced mark
plosive mark

Let's start with W.

Wa =
Wo =

check the writing instructions and write these symbols on paper many times, focusing on it.

Then write:
mariko
watashi
wotsushi
sadako
aakaiwo
tawasan

Then, let's leave W and move on to these "marks".

Voiced mak:
If you place a voiced mark above a consonant, it makes it 'voiced'.
For example:
ka is  right? if you add voiced mark, it becomes ga
In this same method you can make sa to za, ta to da, ha to ba etc.

Read aloud:
わがど
ばつを
やごろ
すずき

Not difficult, right

Plosive mark indicates a consonant that 'explodes' on the lips with a 'pop' and the signs looks like a tiny circle. Generally, you can only put it above "h" and it changes 'h' to 'p'.
Pa would be ぱ
Pe would be ぺ
etc.


Now, get away from this lesson, watch tv or something. Let your brains rest for some minutes before continuing.

Don't scroll under this.






Then, the rest of this lesson is exercising (yay)

First exercise is to write English in ひらがな. Of course, it isn't possible to have every English sound in Japanese, so you can imporvise.. Car could be かあ and two could be つう.

As a final note, you may find it useful to know, that vowels "u" and "i" aren't usually pronounced if the next syllable begins with unvoiced consonant, ie f, h, k, p, s, t, ch, sh.
Example:
ふたつ sounds like ftatsu (two)
して sounds like shte (doing)
ちかい sounds like chkai (near)
ですか?sounds like deska? (is it?)

EXERCISE TWO is to write EVERY symbol you know on a paper. If you don't remember it, go back to that lesson and learn it by heart!

Keep on exercising
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