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ヌ reminds me of ス (su); also ニ looks like an equal sign with a longer second stroke

Shen
Posted 2 years ago

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In English "notebook personal computer" is eight syllables, in Japanese (depending on how you're meant to count it) it's 12-17, so it's no wonder they shorten it.
mWatson
Posted 3 years ago

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we all here for nihonggo
Leen
Posted 3 years ago

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神 Kami ネ ne
ビル
Posted 3 years ago

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ネIs difficult, because it sounds line Korean "Yes" but is the character for "No".
Jalita
Posted 4 years ago

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I remember ノ because it's similar to ソ, except it has NO short mark
Jack
Posted 4 years ago

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kitbisさん、We just don't say the part "book" in Japanese. If you say ノートブック in Japanese, some people would think you're meaning "lap-top computer."
Masako
Posted 4 years ago

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doesn't ノート just say the first part of «notebook» since it pronounces just the «note» part. So in the end, ノート is just «note» or we just don't say the part «book» in japanese?
kitbis
Posted 4 years ago

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タ and ヌ still a little bit confusing. tsk. けど みなさん がんばりましょう
Keith Jayson C.
Posted 4 years ago

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Na (ナ) looks 't' horizontal. Ni (ニ) is meaning number 'two'. And nu (ヌ) also looks like number 7.
Iha
Posted 4 years ago