MountainFresh wrote:myskaros wrote:MountainFresh wrote:Sounds like a cow. Either way, the cashier at my gamestop always knows what game I'm talking about~
All the kata in Japanese are syllables based on the 5 vowels. A (ah), I (ee), U (ooh), E (ey), O (oh). You just add the consonant to that same sound. There are some exceptions when Romanizing (e.g. for T, it goes "ta chi tsu te to" but they're still the same consonant family in Japanese), and there's the additional "n" character. So, Mugen = mu ge n.
I know how to read kana and hiragana, but I haven't really looked into the pronunciation. Thanks for clearing that up.
Yeah iv been cramming Hiragana in my head lately~