Hiragana Flashcards (pdf)
Once the front sides have finished printing, keep the printed cards in the same order as they were printed. In other words, the first page on the top and the last page on the bottom with printed sides face up. Then, place the paper back into your printer such that the back side can be printed.
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12 responses so far
Thanks for this much appreicated saved me heaps of time from cutting aand writting out all my own hiragana cards. 🙂
Hailey reply on March 14th, 2011:
It would be hard to write them all out…
Thank you very much.. err I mean Domo arigatou gozaimasu~ ^_^
Thanks so much for the flash cards! They helped me a lot!
This is such a great idea because now I can quickly learn the hiragana before my big test!
um…i m a real beginner at Japanese.i have only learn’t the hiragana and i am not very good at it .So could Please tell me what to start on first.have got any tips to help me how the remember all hiragana properly?
thanks for any good replys :}
I printed out Katakana flash card for my husband but it has some mistake if we make card. please check these.be,pi,bu,pa,pu,bo,bi.
Domo arigatou gozaimasu!! ^U^
May be rare to get certified individuals with this matter, nonetheless, you appear to be a person know about exactly what you might be publishing about! Thx.
Thank you, these will be very useful! Domo arigatou gozaimasu!
i was wondering how i can access the flashcards even though i’m not a student of yours. it would really help me a lot. 🙂 hope i can used them.