There are no letters in the Japanese writing system. Japanese
officially uses the following set of symbols, which total a lot
more than 204:
- Hiragana - 71 symbols, each representing the sound of a
- Katakana - 71 symbols, each representing the sound of a
syllable, used mainly to write foreign words.
- Kanji - officially there 2,136 symbols, each
representing a word or concept. In practice, there are thousands
more. Kanji are borrowed from Chinese, which has more than 50,000
What is the longest word in English language with all the letters?
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Kweeiisp any word in the English language using all of these letters?
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What is the language like for full metal alchemist?
Japanese. All Animes are Japanese.
What is the longest word in the English language that has all of its letters in reverse alphabetical order?
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What is the largest word in English language with all of the letters of the alphabet?
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What are the three nasal sounds in the English language?
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Is Tagalog similar to Japanese?
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What is the difference between an alphabet and letters of an alphabet?
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Is Russian easy?
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Is learning the Japanese language easy?
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What letters of the alphabet are used while making a program in C language?
All of them can be used.
What kind of alphabet do the Swiss use?
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How did Hawaii only get 12 letters in their alphabet?
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What is an alphabet?
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