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Details of the Japanese Katakana syllabary, which is used to write non-Chinese loanwords, for onomatopeoic words, foreign names and for emphasis.

Hiragana memorisation complete...now on to Katakana...

at least I had time to submit it here. It is my katakana chart, you can gat hiragana chart here: .and it should look greate on photopaper

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Japanese KATAKANA.  Look at it closely, folks! YUP!  Yet another syllabary, like Linear B, but so far away from Greece!

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Katakana too is a phonetic alphabet. It represents the same set of 46 basic sounds but is used for different purposes, such as writing foreign words, making words stand out and the classification of plants and animals.

http://japanese.about.com/library/weekly/aa041498.htm  Katakana

Beginner's Guide to Kanji, Hiragana and Katakana Japanese Writing

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Japanese Alphabet: There are three different japanese alphabets: ♢ Hiragana, uses with kanji to make japanese words ♢ Katakana, used for words coming from the english ♢ Kanji , used usually with by pair, or with hiragana - Japanese Language

Hiragana Chart Part 2 ver. 2 by TreacherousChevalier on DeviantArt

This is the second version of the Hiragana Chart Part which includes the notes on it. Again, due to the resizing of the chart, there has been minor (. Hiragana Chart Part 2 ver.

Katakana chart for learning Japanese as PNG image

Online hiragana and katakana chart gojuon with the full Japanese alphabets hiragana and katakana, romaji, dakuten diacritics and handakuten.