Japanese Lesson – Katakana 7

Hello Everyone,

You are getting closer to having learned all katakana! This time we are going to discover characters: マ, ミ, ム, メ and モ. Let’s go!

If needed, here are some links to the previous lessons:

Get your paper and pencil ready!

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Katakana マ to ン

This katakana is pronounced:

It has 2 strokes:

 

Note: Beware the orientation of the second stroke to avoid confusion with ア [あ].

Exercices:

  • Write 10 times the character マ in a row.
  • Write 5 times the word  マッチ / match (contest) /.
  • Write 5 times the word  スマート / smart, stylish /.

This katakana is pronounced:

It has 3 strokes:

 

Exercices:

  • Write 10 times the character ミ in a row.
  • Write 5 times the word  ミス / mis(take), error /.
  • Write 5 times the word  マスコミ / mass comm(unication) /.

This katakana is pronounced:

It has 2 strokes:

 

Note: Look carefully at the orientation to avoid confusion with マ [ま].

Exercices:

  • Write 10 times the character ム in a row.
  • Write 5 times the word  チーム / team /.
  • Write 5 times the word  ゲーム / game /.
  • Write 5 times the word  システム / system /.

This katakana is pronounced:

It has 2 strokes:

 

Exercices:

  • Write 10 times the character メ in a row
  • Write 5 times the word メイクアップアーティスト / make-upo artist /.

 

This katakana is pronounced:

It has 3 strokes:

 

Note: Beware the orientation of モ at the bottom of the third stroke to avoid confusion width チ. For this remember its hiragana counterpart: も.

Exercices:

  • Write 10 times the character モ in a row.
  • Write 5 times the word メモ / memo, note /.
  • Write 5 times the word モニター / monitor (computer) /.
  • Write 5 times the word モーター/ motor /.

This is the end of this lesson. See you soon for five new characters!

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Cheers,

Stéphane

Next lesson: Katakana lesson 8: YA, YU, YO and halfwidth -YA, -YU, -YO

 

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