You can't. Japanese doesn't have letters like English and similar languages do. It has a complex set of characters (the most commonly known of which is "kanji"). Each character makes a sound. For example, 火 makes the sound "ka". These sounds, or characters, then build a word. So for example (a wild example, but an off-hand one), 火術 would spell out "kajutsu", or "fire technique" (as drawn from an anime I'm into right now).
There are hundreds of characters just like this, which makes Japanese a rather difficult language to master!
The translation for "you" is "anata". but phonetically there is a "yu" in the alphabet that is pronounced "you".
In Japanese, it could be said 'erissa,' and written: エリッサ
There is only one English alphabet, and it cannot be translated into the Japanese alphabet because there is no such thing as a Japanese alphabet. Japanese uses syllabaries and picture-symbols in its writing.
If you want to write it in our alphabet, then it's eduado In jap alph it's エヅアド
The alphabet itself does not spell anything. However, when you pick and arrange certain letters from the alphabet, it can spell any word in the English language.
the alphabet = l'alphabet
There is no such thing as a Japanese Alphabet. Japanese uses 2 syllabaries (symbols that represent whole syllables) and about 2000 Chinese characters.
there is no such thing as a Japanese alphabet. The Japanese writing system is quite different from our idea of "alphabets".
'The alphabet' is indeed correctly spelled.
Go to the related link (Japanese alphabet, including Kana, Hiragana, and Katakana,) below for information on the Japanese alphabet.
The same way you do in English: ALPHABET
Japanese has no alphabet. It uses two syllabaries (Katakana, Hiragana), and about 2000 Chinese characters (Kanji).
how do you spell CEB in Japanese?
you can not spell random letters in Japanese
abc... is the alphabet.
You are correct.
Dude, spanish uses the same alphabet we do.
you spell garden in Japanese like this garden in Japanese=庭