08 Feb 08:04 PM
Question about Japanese
Why is there a “ next to some letters like ぎ、げ、じ、ず does that make a difference in how you use it or is it another letter In the hiragana, and katakana. Also I know it makes a difference sound like shi し and ziじ but how do you know what sound they make if you were to just guess. (Sorry if it doesn’t make sense)
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