Language Lab – Japanese Class Week 3: Introduction to Hiragana

Konnichiwa! This week we'll be taking our first step toward learning to write the Japanese language. This week's lessons will cover the vowel hiragana and the k-hiragana. And after you've finished viewing the lessons, make sure to do the first two pages of hiragana writing practice sheets on Japanese-Lesson.com. You can find those here, opens a new window.

References

Japanese-Lesson.com (2018). Hiragana writing practice sheet. Retrieved from http://japanese-lesson.com/characters/hiragana/hiragana_writing.html, opens a new window

Adiputra, M. (2011, August 20). AIUEO hiragana [Image]. Retrieved from upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/thumb/7/7c/AIUEO_Hiragana.svg/1200px-AIUEO_Hiragana.svg.png, opens a new window

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