あ a, か ka, さ sa, た ta, な na, は ha, ま ma, や ya, ら ra, わ wa, が ga, ざ za
My brain is bombarded by 46 hiragana now (T.T) but my brain storage is extremely small and stuffed by too many useless thgs. I know Japanese class is fun but the sensei is really dull and her facial expression is like never change for all the time. She never explains the meaning of Japanese words to us and expect us to know all things that we first encounter. Her pace is too fast but so sorry m a tortoise and can't catch up. Can you imagine how a sensei finished up almost half a book in less than 2 hrs? And Japanese words are not creative enough because they can use the same hiragana but just adding " or dot and claim it to be another word, even make the word smaller in size for different usage. I start thinking when I first learned Chinese and what on earth I could major it since it's damn difficult.
Okay ignore my old nanny nagging bla because I still like Japanese language and think the pronunciation is cute.
So, off to study and memorize hiragana NOW. Word of the day: Ringo (apple) :))