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Fast Japanese Memories
Fast Japanese Memories
The Japanese syllabary is difficult for most beginners. Although practice makes perfect, rote memorization requires a lot of time and energy, and the effect is not good. I think the better method is the associative memory method. This article refers to the "Fifty-sounding Japanese Japanese fast memory method" that is circulating on the Internet. It is more based on your own experience and summarizes some memory methods for some beginner friends. reference.
あ ア a 'あ' looks like a master of martial arts has performed a sweeping leg, the enemy must be swept away, and it fell down, so read a. 'ア' Katakana indicates how you pronounce it, mouth open, tongue down, a.
い イ i 'い' 通 汉字 '以', also read i, so it is easy to remember. What about 'イ', every time I see it, I think of the Chinese character '依' and I remember it.
う ウ u 'う' indicates how you pronounce it, with your upper lip tilted and your chin pointing upwards, and u is issued. 'ウ' represents a person, his left arm is good, and his right arm was cut off in half. He hurts, crying at 55. Read u.
The pronunciation of 'え' 通 汉字 '衣' has changed a little, becoming e. 'エ' can be seen as an uppercase English letter I, and it is natural to pronounce the e sound.
'お' is a man whose hat has been blown away by the wind. He is anxious and howls to chase the hat, so read o. 'オ' Katakana is like Harry Potter wearing a magic cloak flying in the air, so cool, he yelled excitedly. Read o.
You should be familiar with か カ ka 'か', right? This word often appears in comics, which indicates Kaka's voice. This pseudonym should not be difficult to remember. Besides, the feeling of power is clean and smooth, and it makes people feel powerful. 'Ka' is very close to 'か'. It's more regular writing, easy to remember, ka.
き キ ki 'き' is a knife that is engraving something. It has been carved a little, and it is ki. 'キ' is only the knife, but it is also carved, ki.
く ク ku 'く' is easy to remember. Do you adjust the angle of your mouth to look like 'く', does the ku sound occur naturally? 'Ku' is an eye without eyes (it is a side view, katakana 'タ' is an eye with eyes), why can't I see the eyes? Because she was crying and reading ku.
け ケ ke 'け' is a door, the door lock is opened, and the door naturally opens, read ke. Katakana '是' is an eye, but it is obviously larger than 'ク', because the eyes are open (the eyes may be too big?), Read ke.
こ コ ko 'こ' is the shape of your mouth when you read ko, and your mouth is very open. 'Ko' is also a mouth shape, but the direction has changed a little, the mouth is separated, read aloud, ko.
さ サ sa 'さ' 通 '杀', if you look closely, it stabs a person's neck like a dagger and kills, so it is sa. 'サ' is also killing, the one on the left is a person, and the one on the right is his hand