Japanese lecture

In this meeting, I took my turn to teach Japanese language to her. Reka already knew some Japanese words, so I started to teach Hiragana (Japanese syllabary). There are 4 types of character representations in Japan but Hiragana is the easiest and Japanese people learned it in their childhoods. It has 50 characters but she pronounced almost everything clearly, so I was surprised. I taught her some expressions of greeting, words to give response and gave Kanji (other character representation in Japan) which expresses her name that I prepared before. It was “礼香(Reka)”,礼means ”appreciate” and香means “good fragrance”. I thought it suits her:)

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