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Japanese Language - Katakana Practice

The following katakana characters are in random order. Please write the Rōmaji (transliteration) in each yellow box.
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Quiz by Zefyrinus
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Last updated: November 6, 2022
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First submittedMay 27, 2012
Times taken20,665
Average score60.9%
Rating4.35
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Katakana
Rōmaji
ta
na
nu
su
so
se
a
mu
re
mo
ya
ni
Katakana
Rōmaji
ra
o
n
tsu
me
no
ha
mi
ki
ma
he
chi
Katakana
Rōmaji
ko
yu
shi
to
yo
e
fu
ke
hi
wo
ru
Katakana
Rōmaji
ku
ri
ne
ro
ho
te
wa
i
sa
ka
u
10 Comments
+5
Level 71
Aug 19, 2020
Update: Now the characters are truly randomizesd, so they appear in a different order every time.
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Level ∞
Nov 6, 2022
This could be useful for English speaking travelers in Japan. There are many English words in Japanese, and they are usually written in Katakana. So by learning these 46 symbols you can read a large number of words on signs. My friend used this skill, for example, to follow a sign to a ferry.
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Level 93
Nov 6, 2022
Yes katakana are very useful for borrowed foreign words. If you are looking for something native to Japanese, it's also useful to know the hiragana e.g. when looking for sushi :) Maybe a hiragana quiz too?
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Level 89
Nov 6, 2022
トリッキー・フォー・モースト・オブ・アス・アイ・エクスペクト
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Level 93
Nov 6, 2022
そうですね
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Level 66
Nov 7, 2022
分かりやすいだね
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Level 64
Jan 29, 2023
カタカナはかんたん
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Level 84
Nov 8, 2022
So I guess in the Japanese version, they are the Knights Who Say, "ニ!"
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Level 37
Jan 30, 2023
Ah this is what I have been looking for. All the other apps I use separate them into chunks so I have a false impression of knowing them all. For example the s and t's are grouped together so I always get them right due to a process of elimination, or the familiarity of them around that set.
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Level 64
Jan 31, 2024
ツ シ are very similar...