Learn Katakana-WA WO

In the last lesson, we went over ヤユヨ — a simple lesson without anything to trick you. The W consonant is even easier because there are only two of them.

WA WO-ワヲ

  • → wa (like “wa“)
  • → wo (like “whoa”)

Look out for ワ-ヲ-フ-ウ

I told you katakana can be crazy. I merely want to point these characters out to you. This recall practice won’t target these specifically, but the boot camp at the end will help.

When you start reading these during your adventures in Japan, you’ll understand why these are extra difficult (but don’t get discouraged, it’s not that bad).