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Old 2023-02-01, 09:18   #45
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The next 5 characters represent the consonant 'm' followed by each vowel in turn.
Today's characters are:
(hiragana) and (katakana): say "ma".
We write them like this.
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Old 2023-02-02, 09:38   #46
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We have reached "mi":
(hiragana) and (katakana): say "mi".
They are written this way.
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Old 2023-02-03, 11:35   #47
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Today's characters:
(hiragana) and (katakana): say "mu" (or actually "moo" but with shortened "oo").
They are written thus.
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Old 2023-02-05, 11:12   #48
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Today's characters are:
(hiragana) and (katakana): say "me" (with a short 'e').
They are written like this.
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Old 2023-02-06, 10:31   #49
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Today, we memorize "mo":
(hiragana) and (katakana): say "mo" (but with a short 'o').
Writing them is done like this.

We now have all 5 characters associated with m plus a vowel:
まみむめも and マミムメモ: ma mi mu me mo.
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Old 2023-02-07, 08:48   #50
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It's time for the consonant 'y'. As the sounds "yi" and "ye" do not occur in native Japanese words
(in modern Japanese anyway), we only have characters for "ya", "yu" and "yo".

Today's characters are:
(hiragana) and (katakana): say "ya".
We write them like this.
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Old 2023-02-08, 13:45   #51
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Today's characters are:
(hiragana) and (katakana): say "yu".
They are written thus.
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