日本語の秘密 3/33


日本語の秘密/ The Key to NIHON-GO

by 岸本建夫 [Kishimoto Tatsuo] 1999
OCR/Corr by most.cyak@gmail.com, Oct 2014


Section 1 The Extremely Simple Rules of Japanese

→ All Kana Characters are Either Vowels
   or Combinations of a Consonant and a Vowel

  If you look at table ①, you can see that there are only 5 vowels in Japanese: a, i, u, e, and o. When they are combined with consonants, the vowel always comes last. The character ん n is the only exception. It is extremely easy to spell in Japanese because it has such strict, clear and simple rules. That’s why it’s easy to learn. Now compare Japanese with English or Chinese.

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