言葉 (ことば • kotoba)
What does the word 言葉 (ことば • kotoba) mean?
Japanese grammar is normally subject–object–verb with particles marking the grammatical function of words, and sentence structure is topic–comment.
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Food and drink
Time and seasons
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Hiragana う is derived from 宇 (pronounced u).
Both う and ウ are derived from 宇 (pronounced
Scaled-down versions of the characters (ぅ, ゥ) are used to create new sounds such as トゥ (tu).
う can also lengthen “~o” sounds.
ウ can make ヴ (vu), a which is a foreign sound typically using ブ (bu) instead.
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