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Learn How to Write Japanese Katakana – アイウエオ & ン AIUEO & N | Chia sẻ hữu dụng nhất về katakana

44 thoughts on “Learn How to Write Japanese Katakana – アイウエオ & ン AIUEO & N | Chia sẻ hữu dụng nhất về katakana”

  1. Thank You Yuko Sensei. Your explanation and video is wonderful. I am thoroughly enjoying learning Katakana this way. Thank You Thank You Thank You a million times and more.

  2. On my 2nd attempt at learning after a 2 year+ break, and found your hiragana lessons amazing for a refresher. Now moving on to review katakana writing 🙂 I'd a 43 year old from Canada 😉 Thank you so much for providing this amazing resource!

  3. Thank you Yuko-sensei! Your resources are always really well-detailed and informative. As Mandarin is my 2nd language, I find that some Katakana letters such as e and o are like Mandarin words 工 and 才 so it may take me a while to get used to it being a Katakana alphabet.

  4. 私はGoogle翻訳を使って、わからないことを翻訳しています。

    Try to read that. xDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDD

  5. I'm still learning the Hiragana and the Katakana, but one thing I always feel is that the signs are written exactly the other way round like it would feel natural for me. Most times, I would begin with stroke 2, than add stroke 1 and so on. That's weird. Is anyone else experiencing this?

  6. Greetings from Germany. I'm currently learning Katakana and I cannot press enough how helpful your tutorial videos are. Thank you so much for spending your time teaching us, sensei. Domo arigato gozaimasu. 🙏🏻🙏🏻

  7. Thank you Yuko Sensei. I'd finished all my hiragana lessons. You're such a great sensei. I'm from the Philippines and we're planning to take a class this coming september to a japanese school here. And I'm taking the advance lesson with the help of your channel. It helps me a lot. Knowing the techniques and proper writing. While working here. I also watching your videos here in my office during office hours and praticing on my notes. Thank you Yuko Sensei. <3 <3 <3

  8. I like how u discussed how to draw the letters perfectly because before, my letters looked awful. Thanks a lot!!! I had most trouble on the u symbol. I can do it right now! 🙂

  9. Excellent. I like that you explain how to write each character in great detail. Not only does it make writing better, it can help improve reading skills, too.

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