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HIRAGANA LESSONS

Hiragana Chapter 12

Hiragana Page 55 を o

This one is only used as a particle meaning
Direct Object and is pronounced ‘OH’

 

HOW TO
WRITE IT

ROMAJIwo or o


SOUND[as in OH]



MEMORY:looks like a guy jumping over someone’s attack (the arc is a blade sweeping by). So “OH! The ninja’s katana nearly hit him!”


EXAMPLES: How do you say them?
– This means ‘to read a
book’ – Book () is the direct object

 

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