This app contains all of the Hiragana alphabet in separate categories.
• Practice modes list the selected Hiragana category letters in proper order. For example, the vowels are presented in the AIUEO order.
• The regular mode randomly orders the letters in the category and presents them in a Flashcard fashion.
The best part is that by the time you finish memorizing the Hiragana Alphabet, you will have the same level of knowledge of a Japanese student entering the 1st grade!
While that may be a little disheartening, the main struggle for native English speakers is learning the three Alphabets; Hiragana, Katakana, and Kanji. Japanese students are taught both the Hiragana and Katakana alphabets initially and are able to fully verbally communicate before even learning Kanji.
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A paid version is also available which contains no advertisements.
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