? asked in Society & CultureLanguages · 1 decade ago

Can anyone translate this into Japanese?

Ok i need all the abc's translated into japanese...

example:

a- (letter/symbol here)

Thanks so much!!!

10pts if you answer

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    It's not that simple with Japanese. Their alphabet differs greatly from English.

    Source(s): I've taken Japanese for two years
  • 1 decade ago

    their alphabet differs from the english one. where english has a b c d etc, japanese has a e i o u ka ki... and so on

    go search up a hiragana chart on google and that's basically considered the japanese alphabet i guess, although they dont really have one

    you can also look for a katakana chart

  • Belie
    Lv 7
    1 decade ago

    That's not how Japanese works.

    Japanese has a syllabary, not an alphabet. So it doesn't have symbols that correspond to A, B, C, et cetera.

  • 1 decade ago

    Don't listen to the folks above me, I've got a list.

    In alphabetical order. a word like apple would be written like "エイピピエッルイ" or "くそ" in kanji.

    エイ

    エッフ

    エイチ

    アイ

    ジェイ

    ケイ

    エッル

    エンウ

    エッム

    オウ

    キュ

    アア

    エッス

    ウユ

    ベイ

    ダバユウ

    エクス

    ウワイ

    Source(s): taken japanese for thirteen years
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  • 1 decade ago

    Here you go sweetie!

    Im sorry but I just dont have all the patience to write the english abc's but there all there in Japanese. Hope I helped!

    Bの

    Ĉ

    開発

    メール

    F

    Ĝ

    わたし

    論文

    通常L

    メートル

    Ñ

    図書館

    P

    質問

    研究

    S通常

    商品

    Ŭ

    Vの

    Xの

    Ý

    ž

  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    I ACTUALLY HAVE LIFE... SORRRY

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