So I recently, well, not that recently, but in the last 2 months or so, acquired a set of Moekana, and Moekanji, AND the booster pack. Cos my friend didn’t know which one was which… so I got them all… 😄 And I’ve been trying to memorise the hiragana first. I started out by doing 5 or so a day, and adding more cards as I went along. The ‘kakikukeko’ method is all well and good for speaking, but they’re not always gonna be in order when you’re reading them or writing them. So I mix them up :3
And I will be posting 5 cards a day on my blog and trying to make as many words as I know/vaguely recognise from anime or drama or anything.
Todays are; ta te sa ke e.
た タ ta
て テ te
さ サ sa
け ケ ke
え エ e
I’m not concentrating on the katakana so much at the moment. Cause I wanna get the hiragana first. Then theres the world of pain which is kanji… *shudder*
For this selection I got…..
たえて taete – endured/endure/withstand/enduring/withstood
けさ kesa – this morning
さえて saete – clearheaded
てえ Te – want, wish, wants
さて sate – now, well, okay, so
‘Saete’ is something I’ve heard I think, could have been saiite… or sa iiko….
‘Sake’ is a fairly obvious one. But the others… I’d need to see/hear being used in a sentence to fully get their meaning. Little help? Also please inform me if any of those words are wrong. Google translate isn’t that clever yet..
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