Interesting Ways to Memorize Hiragana
As you may or may not know, when I first started this blog I barely knew any Japanese. Since then, I've been studying on my own and teaching myself, but I never really learned until I started taking classes. However, something that did stick with me was Hiragana and my unique way of memorizing different characters. If you're a creative person, you might be able to understand as well, if not these may not be very helpful.
I've begun to practice calligraphy, so took the time to write the original hiragana marking on the left, and my creative version or relation on the right.
|Hiragana A ~ Pronounced Ahh|
|Hiragana E ~ Pronounced like English's E|
|Hiragana U ~ Pronounced like Ooo or sometimes silent sounding|
|Hiragana E ~ Prounced like Ey in Hey|
|Hiragana O ~ Pronounced like "Oh"?|
Thanks for reading, and hopefully you learned something. I might do more of these eventually, but that's it for now!