Why did they use F for S?
The answer lies in the fact that that's not an F at all. It's actually a letter called the medial S, also known as the long S, which was a second form of the lowercase letter S. ... Until around the 1100s or so, the medial S was the lowercase form of the letter, while the curvy line we use today was the uppercase form./span>
Is Z being removed from the alphabet?
Surprising as it sounds, it looks like the English alphabet will be losing one of its letters on June 1st. The announcement came from the English Language Central Commission (ELCC).
Is there a Japanese alphabet song?
Japanese does not have an official alphabet song, as we do in English.
What is the Japanese word for song?
Translation of “song” in Japanese
|1 translation entry available|
Why are there 3 alphabets in Japan?
Because they serve different purposes. Hiragana and Katakana are syllabaries, while Kanji is logographic. Kanji is used for the basic meaning of words. Hiragana is used for things like particles, conjugations, prepositions, etc.
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