Welcome back! Let's learn a few more hiragana this time. Do you remember the tenten which modify the sound of consonants from the previous lesson? We saw them applied to the hiragana for "k" sounds like this: Review: か ka, which with tenten becomes が ga、 き ki, which with tenten becomes ぎ gi、 く ku, which … Continue reading Learn Hiragana For Beginners (Part 2)
I'm not a fan of articles where the answer to the lead-in question is carefully nested 3/4 of the way in, so please allow me to clear the air by saying that as adults it is chemically impossible for our brains to pick up new languages the way small children can acquire their first, and … Continue reading Should We Learn Languages Like Children?