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Japanese Basic Katakana

0.34MB. 46 audio & 0 images. Updated 2014-02-19.
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This deck was modified from the TextFugu Katakana deck. It only includes the 46 basic Katakana characters but it has sound files attached. It also allows for you to type the Hiragana character underneath for added practice.

Sample (from 46 notes)

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Tags Japanese Katakana-basic kana
Tags Japanese Katakana-basic kana
Tags Japanese Katakana-basic kana

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The cards are in order, so I know that the next card is going to be, making me unable to learn. I wish I could randomize the cards positions
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Look, i'm just learning japanese couple weeks in, but this deck looks to me wrong.

'トゥ' is that a 'tu' or 'to'? Well, deck pronunciation (which is too long for 'トゥ' and more like 'トゥー') sounds like 'too' but it should be 'tu'? right? Well, author thinks it is supposedly 'to' in romaji representation. It is indeed used in some loan words to replace 'to' syllable part, as some quick research showed me. I have no idea how wrong or right this is but in this type of cases i think it is safe to go with https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Katakana : this should be 'tu'.

Same problem with some other characters.
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Every answer was wrong, required a dash in front of all sounds
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Simple yet great - it doubles as deck to learn katakana and as revise of hiragana
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Thank you very much for creating and sharing this deck. I enjoy studying the cards.
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easy to use
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Very helpful
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Easy to follow, though it requires Japanese input.
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I think there is an issue with the card for shi. The katakana used that looks like :) shows up a tsu. When, if I'm not mistaken, should be shi.
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Exactly what I needed to ace my test today!
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Thanks. :)
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thank you
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Thank you, very useful.
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Aren't Shi and tsu inverted ?
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Just what I was looking for.
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Muito bom.
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Simples e eficaz. Perfeito
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Simple and effective
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Basic deck of cards that collaborate well with its fellow TextFugu Hiragana counterpart.
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simple and good
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