Hiragana / Katakana Master Plan #2

Today’s characters are and .

is Hiragana and is Katakana.

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Let’s learn how to write (2 strokes).

Please take a look at the following picture.

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What do you think? Easier than , isn’t it?

Please get a piece of paper and start practicing!

Look at my writing carefully and copy it. Write it till your hand remembers how to write it.

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Ok, now let’s move on to (2 strokes).

Please look at the picture below.

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Do the same practice as you did with .

and both have only 2 strokes!

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There, you have already learned 4 characters so far. すごい!(Sugoi!)

You know what… now you should be able to write “あい” (means “love” noun ) in Hiragana!

We don’t write “あい” in Katakana. Use Hiragana.

Go ahead, try writing “あい”. It only took 2 days for you to be able to write “love” in Japanese!

Awesome job, guys!

That’s it for today’s lesson. Please practice writing these 2 characters till your hand absolutely remembers them. がんばってね!(Ganbatte ne!)

If you have any questions, please let me know!


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2 replies
  1. lifey
    lifey says:

    I think this is amazing! Your teaching them Katakana and Hiragana! I personally learned Katakana completely then I learned Hiragana. That was a bad plan… It was very hard. I am more artistic so the Hiragan moves easier, because of it is curvasious. While the Katakana is extremely blocky and pointy. Oh well, I just had to relearn Hiragana afterwards. ._____.;; Anyways, I think this is awesome, because now not only will there be able to speak some Japanese now they will be able to read and write some too! I was also wonder… Are you going to teach them sentence structures.. (It’s my favorite part.)
    [は、の、も、と、て form。。。いって、のんで、。。。 こと。。。 はなすこと、のむこと、] Like that stuff… It’s fun, I think. ^^;;;

  2. Hitomi
    Hitomi says:

    lifeyさん

    Thank you for the comment! I personally like Hiragana better than Katakana. My name is written in all Hiragana and I just love that. (^-^) People will be able to read and write Hiragana and Katakana by the time they finish this Master Plan. Then I am planning to introduce them sentence structures. I am now thinking about a good way to introduce them. Glad to hear that you like learning sentence structures – many people don’t. (^-^) これからもがんばって勉強しようねー♪

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