This is lesson 9. In the last lesson we learned how to write は ひ ふ へ ほ. In this lesson introduces how to write ま-column. ま-column means ま み む め も.
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Yeah. Let's do our best a little more. I will explain the pronunciation of ま-column, ま み む め も.
Ma line is pronounced using lips. When the pronunciation is expressed in letters, it is written as ma, mi, mu, me, mo.
pronunciation of ま み む め も
あ is similar to "Ma" of Map. Certainly, we often use our lips to pronounce ま-column.
Yes! Next, let's learn how to write!
ま is one of the hiragana to be used in three strokes. Japanese children often refer to their mothers as まま. So まま is meaning Mom in Japanese. And among young people often say "ま？". It is meaning "Really?". It is young people language and bad grammar.
み is a hiragana that can be written in two strokes. Writing is a little complicated and difficult. There is "みみ" as a word using み. みみ means the ear in Japanese.
む is a hiragana that can be used in three strokes.
め is a hiragana that can be written in two strokes. The first stroke may be a bit complicated and difficult. In particular, single character, め is meaning eye in Japanese.
も is a hiragana that can written in three strokes. If you write in a stroke order like a video, it will be beautifully applied. There is a もも as a word that uses も. This means peach in Japanese.