こんにちにゃあ！This Kiki and Koko with some bonus 【はひふへほ】practice vocabulary! This isn’t a traditional full article, but we figured it would be useful to provide some vocabulary you can use for making your hiragana practice even more interesting.
Be sure to open the main 「✍Let’s Write HIRAGANA!!【はひふへほ】第６課」article to see the proper stroke order when you’re practising these characters. At the bottom of the page, you can see the previous stroke order and reading lessons which you can reference whilst you practise these.
So, we’ve created a new mini-activity you can use to review and check your reading and practise your writing. The point is to use these flashcards as jump-off points to practise using each of the hiragana in a word. They really are just like flashcards. We have each answer covered so you can reveal the correct romanisation/reading. All you have to do is click on the hiragana and it will reveal the romanisation as well as the kanji and ※definition. Just refresh or reload the page to start over again or cover them all again.
※Many of these words have many homophones and/or definitions, so we’ve just given some more common meaning(s) that will be useful to you!
But, this isn’t simply for 【はひふへほ】! These will also include hiragana learnt in previous lessons to make sure you keep them like sushi in your mind… and by sushi we mean fresh and enjoyable.
Ready? Let’s NihonGO!!
Click each of them to reveal reading and bonus kanji/definition.
Refresh or reload page to restart.
(Haiku, type of 17-mora poem)
(doctor / Dr. / expert)
( nose )
(day / sun )
( fire / flame / blaze )
(calm / serenity / tranquillity)
(broadcast / broadcasting)
Read, Write, and Revise with Kiki+Koko: Let’s NihonGO!!:
We hope this was/will be helpful for you on your Japanese learning journey!
Until next time, thank you for visiting! And have a wonderful day!
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