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Introductory Japanese: Learn to Read Hiragana

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As you learn Japanese, learning to read hiragana is your first step in reading the language. Each hiragana letter has its own pronunciation. The key is to practice reading the letters over and over until the pronunciation comes naturally to you. Try this free Nihongo-Pro quiz to see if you know how to read some real Japanese words.

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ひらがなが よめますか?

ひらがなを おぼえましょう。 どれが ただしい ですか  
Let's learn Hiragana. Which one is correct?

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How do you write "gakusei" (student) in Hiragana?
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How do you write "tomodachi" (friend) in hiragana?
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How do you write "sumimasen" (excuse me) in Hiragana?
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How do you write "hana" (flower) in Hiragana?
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How do you write "ashita" (tomorrow) in Hiragana?
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How do you write "densha" (train) in Japanese?
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How do you write "itadakimasu" (expression said before eating) in Hiragana?
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