Nihongo log #3 Japanese alphabets

Syllables in ひらがな (Hiragana) other than the magical Kanas sounds like a Consonant combined with a vowel except the pronunciation isn’t English like, हिंदी (Hindi) works just fine 😀

like

か -> का -> ka
さ -> सा -> sa
た -> ता -> ta
な -> ना -> na
は -> हा -> ha
ま -> माँ -> ma
や -> या -> ya
ら -> रा -> ra
わ -> व -> wa
ん -> न -> n

most series go like か(ka)(का)、き(ki)(की)、く(ku)(कु)、け(ke)(के)、こ(ko)(को), that is k + magic kanas.
there are few exceptions though

し (shi)
ち (chi)
つ (tsu)
ふ (fu/hu)
The entire や (ya) column
ら (ra) column
わ (wa) column
ん (n)

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