In the last lesson, we went over タチツテト. Let’s add the N consonant to your katakana toolkit next.
This is a very simple lesson, with one small tricky thing to look out for.
NA NI NU NE NO-ナ二ヌネノ
First, let’s cover how to pronounce these characters. You can tap each character to hear the native pronunciation.
Look Out For ノ
This isn’t really all that bad, but ノ (no) looks a bit similar to ツ (tsu) シ (shi) ソ (so). But since it’s missing the “apostrophe looking thing” it’s easy to remember.
Later in this course, there will be another character added to this list of lookalikes though.