Handwriting #1

Hiragana ひらがな / Katakana カタカナ


Yesterday I wrote my first Japanese sentences and thought I would share them with you so that you may see how my handwriting is coming along. Below is a sample of a few very simple sentences that I wrote for my friend (ともだち) and unofficial teacher (せんせい), Hiroko (ひろこ). I know that I changed sizes of characters after 2nd sentence as I had misjudged my spacing and adjusted to keep each sentence on one line.

Please leave a comment with your feedback as to help me become better.

Thank you! (ありがとう!)


Sample Writing


Here are the characters and the translations from Japanese to English: (は ha is a subject marker and pronounced like わ wa)

わたし は ベンジャミン です。
watashi wa benjamin desu.
I am Benjamin.

わたし は パイロツト です。
watashi wa pairotto desu.
I am a pilot.

わたし は ひろこ じゃ ありません。
watashi wa hiroko ja arimasen.
I am not Hiroko.

わたし は かんごし じゃ ありません。
watashi wa kangoshi ja arimasen.
I am not a nurse.

あなた は ベンジャミンさん です か。
anata wa benjaminsan desu ka.
Are you Mr. Benjamin?

はい、 わたし は ベンジャミン です。
hai, watashi ha benjamin desu.
Yes, I am Benjamin.

あなた は ひろこさん です か。
anata wa hirokosan desu ka.
Are you Mrs. Hiroko?

いいえ、 わたし は ひろこ じゃ ありません。
iie, watashi wa hiroko ja arimansen.
No, I am not Hiroko.


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