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Posted 8/26/08
Katakana,Hiragana, and Kanji
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waaaa that was easy!! heheh if it was a test i would pass it with an A!!
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Posted 8/31/08
I know how to read and write hiragana!
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Posted 8/31/08
i can write in japanese but not with kanji regularly. i can only write main words in kanji because i'm still learning.
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wohohoho...my guess is right

Katakana,Hiragana, and Kanji
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Posted 9/17/08
So easy! It's written all over it! lol! Hey guys, don't say the answer...??? lol!
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Posted 9/17/08

lozzley wrote:

I know how to read and write hiragana!


Cool!
Posted 9/17/08
its hiragana, katakana and kanji, but there are some other types of japanese writing like furigana which is hiragana that goes on top of the kanji for it
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Posted 9/28/08
Katakana,Hiragana, and Kanji i think its this one!!hehe~
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Posted 10/7/08
Hiragana,Romaji, and Kanji the last 2 is definitly correct
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Posted 10/15/08

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there is Hiragana, Katakana, Furi kana, Kanji, Romajii, Kaisho....and more


-furigana is just kana on top or to the right of kanji that isn't commonly known in Japanese or used in children's books ... so it's not actually a form of writing.
-Romajii uses the alphabet and is just a way to show pronunciation of words,...
-kaisho is a caligrahy font

the japanese language is therefor only comprised of Hiragana, Katakana & Kanji.



Posted 10/18/08
Katakana, Hiragana and Kanji. I have Japanese this year so duh I know that.
Posted 10/21/08
of course.. katakana, hiragana & kanji.. ^^
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Posted 10/31/08
dhuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuhhhhhhhhh daderder Katakana,Hiragana, and Kanji!!! of course!!
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Posted 11/2/08
I can read and write Kanji because it's Chinese characters.
Though I'm not good at Chinese I can still understand a japanese sentence if there is kanji in it.
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