Hiragana / Katakana Master Plan #17

Today’s characters are ち and チ.

They are pronounced as “chi” – I will record the pronunciation in our next lesson.

ち is Hiragana and チ is Katakana.

Chi_1.jpg

Let’s learn how to write ち (2 strokes).
Please take a look at the following picture.

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ち has only 2 strokes.

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.

Chi_3.jpg

Ok, now let’s move on to チ (3 strokes).
Please look at the picture below.

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Do the same practice as you did with ち.

Chi_5.jpg

There, you have already learned 34 characters so far. すごい!(Sugoi!)
Today you will be able to write 7 more words in Japanese. Wow!

いち=one
うち=house, inside, within
かち=value; worth; merit; win; victory
くち=mouth; orifice; opening
けち=tightwad
しち=seven
ちち=father

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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