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  • Japan socials project

    1. 1. JAPANESE LANGUAGE
    2. 2. JAPANESE LANGUAGE Kanji, Katakana, Hiragana, and Romaji
    3. 3. Kanji, Katakana, Hiragana, and Romaji
    4. 4. KANJI
    5. 5. KANJI Are Chinese picture symbols
    6. 6. KANJI Are Chinese picture symbols They were adopted by Japan in the fifth century
    7. 7. KANJI Are Chinese picture symbols They were adopted by Japan in the fifth century Each symbol stands for a whole word or idea
    8. 8. 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
    9. 9. 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
    10. 10. KATAKANA
    11. 11. KATAKANA Means ‘fragmentary’
    12. 12. KATAKANA Means ‘fragmentary’ Used for country names, foreign places and personal names
    13. 13. KATAKANA Means ‘fragmentary’ Used for country names, foreign places and personal names There are 48 symbols
    14. 14. KATAKANA Means ‘fragmentary’ Used for country names, foreign places and personal names There are 48 symbols It is considered as a men’s language
    15. 15. ROMAJI
    16. 16. ROMAJI 26 letter alphabet
    17. 17. ROMAJI 26 letter alphabet used to be writer in columns~now lines
    18. 18. ROMAJI 26 letter alphabet used to be writer in columns~now lines letters in calligraphy
    19. 19. ROMAJI 26 letter alphabet used to be writer in columns~now lines letters in calligraphy all japanese learn the art of calligraphy
    20. 20. ROMAJI used to be writer in columns~now lines letters in calligraphy all japanese learn the art of calligraphy
    21. 21. ROMAJI letters in calligraphy all japanese learn the art of calligraphy
    22. 22. ROMAJI all japanese learn the art of calligraphy
    23. 23. ROMAJI
    24. 24. Credit to: Kanji: Kelly Chan Katakana: Sydney Kucera Hiragana: Jason Kim Romaji: Thomas Darcy
    25. 25. Credit to:
    26. 26. Credit to: Kanji: Kelly Chan Katakana: Sydney Kucera Hiragana: Jason Kim Romaji: Thomas Darcy

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