Me’s free Japanese lesson [wa-row]「わ行」 and [n]「ん」 on YouTube


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Here, I’m going to talk about the [wa-row] 「わぎょう」 and [n] 「ん」 of Japanese language.

The [wa-row]「わぎょう」has 2 sounds,「わ」and「を」.

[n]「ん」is pronounced only consonant.


「わ」 is pronounced [wa]. It is a combination of the consonant [w] and the vowel [あ/a].

[わ/wa] is used for:

  • わたし/私/wa・ta・shi                 =I/my/me/mine/myself
  • わかい/若い/wa・ka・i                    =young
  • わた/綿/wa・ta                             =cotton
  • わに/鰐/wa・ni                          =alligator/crocodile
  • わたす/渡す/wa・ta・su          =give something to someone

and more.


「を」 is written [wo] in the alphabet but pronounced [o], as the same pronunciation of the vowel, 「お」 .

[を/wo] is used as a direct object particle of a verb in modern Japanese, for example:

  • えをかく/絵を描く/e・wo・ka・ku                               =I draw a picture.
  • みずをのむ/水を飲む/mi・zu・wo・no・mu                =I drink water.

and more.


[ん/n] is pronounced [n] or [m] and used in the end/the middle of words. This sound is pronounced an only consonant.

[ん/n] is used for:

  • しんぶん(し)/新聞(紙)/shi・m・bu・m(・shi)                 =news paper
  • かん/缶/ka・n                                 =can
  • きん/金/ki・n                                        =gold
  • かんたん/簡単/ka・n・ta・n                                =easy/simple
  • うん/運/u・n                         =luck/fortune

and more.

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