What are the japanese letters for "a" "b' "c" "d" "e"
K e d s m c
The Japanese alphabet has the same letters that the English alphabet has, but they are used differently. Japanese has three different alphabets. They are Kanji, Hirgana, and Katakana. Each of these alphabets utilized the consonants and vowels in a different way. Hiragana and Katakana has consonant-vowel combinations such as Ta, Te, Ti, To, and Tu or Sa, Se, Si, So, Su. Each set has a specific symbol in Japanese that represents the combination. Kanji on the other hand is a symbol that originates from the Chinese language. The symbol does not necessarily represent a letter, but a symbol. Kanji characters and symbols are incorporated into the Japanese language because of the Chinese influence on the Japanese culture. So, in short, the Japanese alphabet has the same letters as the English alphabet, only they use letter combinations rather than single letters to write words and sentences.
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What is the Japanese letter for the letter " K " and the letter " S " ?
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