Okay, so basically I have uploaded my ひらがな (hiragana) chart some days ago. And now, I think I need to upload my self-made カタカナ (Katakana) Chart. XD
What’s カタカナ? Like ひらがな, カタカナ is a type of writing in Japanese. カタカナ usually written in straight lines; manlier than ひらがな. LOL. You can say it like that. So ひらがな is カタカナ’s counterpart with curvy lines which look more feminine. Anyway, those two types of writing doesn’t have anything with gender, trust me. It was just my way of thinking. XD
This is my rainbow colored カタカナ Chart!
カタカナ is used to write exclamation, onomatope, and converted foreign words. Usually Japanese would convert English (or another languages) words into more domestic pronunciations. Of course, those don’t really sound like the original so for me it was like pronouncing something that not really English. XD
That’s all I can give you today! I have posted this chart to my Tumblr and Bagi-Bagi Bahasa page in Facebook. So if you stumble upon this chart freely on Google, well… It was from the same source. I hope it would help anybody that trying learn Japanese. 🙂