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  • JAPANESE LANGUAGE
  • JAPANESE LANGUAGE Kanji, Katakana, Hiragana, and Romaji
  • Kanji, Katakana, Hiragana, and Romaji
  • KANJI
  • KANJI Are Chinese picture symbols
  • KANJI Are Chinese picture symbols They were adopted by Japan in the fifth century
  • KANJI Are Chinese picture symbols They were adopted by Japan in the fifth century Each symbol stands for a whole word or idea
  • KANJI Are Chinese picture symbols They were adopted by Japan in the fifth century Each symbol stands for a whole word or idea There are over 40,000 such symbols
  • Are Chinese picture symbols They were adopted by Japan in the fifth century Each symbol stands for a whole word or idea There are over 40,000 such symbols
  • KATAKANA
  • KATAKANA Means ‘fragmentary’
  • KATAKANA Means ‘fragmentary’ Used for country names, foreign places and personal names
  • KATAKANA Means ‘fragmentary’ Used for country names, foreign places and personal names There are 48 symbols
  • KATAKANA Means ‘fragmentary’ Used for country names, foreign places and personal names There are 48 symbols It is considered as a men’s language
  • ROMAJI
  • ROMAJI 26 letter alphabet
  • ROMAJI 26 letter alphabet used to be writer in columns~now lines
  • ROMAJI 26 letter alphabet used to be writer in columns~now lines letters in calligraphy
  • ROMAJI 26 letter alphabet used to be writer in columns~now lines letters in calligraphy all japanese learn the art of calligraphy
  • ROMAJI used to be writer in columns~now lines letters in calligraphy all japanese learn the art of calligraphy
  • ROMAJI letters in calligraphy all japanese learn the art of calligraphy
  • ROMAJI all japanese learn the art of calligraphy
  • ROMAJI
  • Credit to: Kanji: Kelly Chan Katakana: Sydney Kucera Hiragana: Jason Kim Romaji: Thomas Darcy
  • Credit to:
  • Credit to: Kanji: Kelly Chan Katakana: Sydney Kucera Hiragana: Jason Kim Romaji: Thomas Darcy