Meet the M's family in hiragana and learn how to correctly write your strokes!
M's family in hiragana
MA = ま
The hiragana MA looks a lot like the sultan's sword cutting a piece of wood in half. The word Wood serves as an indicator to remind us of the sound of this hiragana.
MI = み
The syllable MI for me is a smoke squadron plane. The plane draws a J ( JOTA ) in the air releasing several micos as if they were bombs. The poor tamarins end up splattering on the ground. The word MIco serves as a guide to remember the sound of that syllable.
MU = む
Here we see the sultan's sword again. This time she came to life. He bent to the right with the intention of “kicking” a metal bar. The worst was that the sword hit a cow squarely. Do you know what the cow did? SOOOO!!! (hehe)
ME = め
To learn this hiragana I imagined a boy getting a hundred lashes for stealing a video game from the Japanese emperor's electronics store. The first trait is the boy and the second is the whip used for punishment.
MO = も
This hiragana is simply a dog's ear. As the dog is very PUNK and METAL, he wears two hoops in his ear. Very easy. It is not?
Japanese calligraphy exercise
Select the Japanese alphabet symbols and click the Generate button in the Worksheet for Kana and Kanji Practice . Then a new window will open with the file for printing. Then just print it out, cover the gray hiragana symbols and then try to write it yourself. Just print and practice!