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Katakana (Practice)

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Saga

Right.

Meaning: Hotel.

New word:

エジプト

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DeepBlueSea_03

I'm not sure... :D

 

Uhm....Ejiputo

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Saga

Right.

Meaning: Egypt.

New word: コーラス

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DeepBlueSea_03

Koorasi

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chiakaiyuki

koorasu

 

no idea what that is XD

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DeepBlueSea_03

Oh yes, you right Chi....That's koorasu... XDDD

I'm wrong again.... XDDD

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chiakaiyuki

You almost got it :p

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Saga

Right.

Meaning: Chorus.

New word:

ラスト

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DeepBlueSea_03

Rasuto

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Saga

Right.

Meaning: Last.

New word:

ファイト

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DeepBlueSea_03

Faito

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Saga

Right.

Meaning: Fight.

New word:

デコピン

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chiakaiyuki

dekopin

 

???

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Saga

Right.

Meaning: Forehead flick (Like a flick with a finger against someone's forehead)

New word:

ソング

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iMarionette

Songu?

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Saga

Right.

Meaning: Song.

New word:

シャツ

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iMarionette

Shatsu?

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Saga

Right.

Meaning: Shirt.

New word:

サンダル

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DeepBlueSea_03

Sasodaru

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chiakaiyuki

sandaru

 

the second kana is flat, so it's n rather than so

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DeepBlueSea_03

@chiakaiyuki

 

Eh, you right chi.... :D

It's still a bit hard for me to distinguish between n & so & shi & tsu.. :)

 

Oh yes, thank you for the tip before, chi... :)

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chiakaiyuki

no problem. :)

 

I found it quite hard to tell the difference as well >.

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DeepBlueSea_03

Yeah, that's right....^^

Especially it's my first time to learn katakana... :D

So I made much mistake & still dare to answer this quiz, cause I thought it's the best way to practice... :)

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Saga

Right.

Meaning: Sandal(s).

New word:

ヒット

 

''N'' and ''shi'' are written in almost same way. The longer stroke in the symbol is started from the down side to the tip. While ''so'' and ''tsu'' are the opposite,the longer stroke is started from the top to the bottom. In result,you have positioned the longer stroke differently. With practice you'll be able to tell them apart.

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iMarionette

Hitto

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