ang.diwata Posted June 1, 2014 Report Share Posted June 1, 2014 I have memorized all hiragana characters, together with the dakuten, handakuten and yoon characters. The same goes with katakana. For all these, I learned that katakana is easier to write than hiragana, although more confusing. However, I'm still fairly confused on when to use hiragana and when to use katakana. Both writing systems consists of the same syllables. Can't I just write in pure hiragana or pure katakana? [i've just started with the kanjis so, I don't have questions yet for that one] Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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