You can use this Grateful Crane story to practice reading hiragana. There are a few important things you need to keep in mind though, check this article first if this is the first time you use this page to practice!
Quick Tips on using this page to practice reading hiragana
• Kana in bold are particles. As particles は is read as WA and を is read as O.
• You can safely ignore the meaning. Success attempt = able to read all hiragana with no difficulties.
つるのおんがえし – The Grateful Crane
Part 1 : The Poor Man1. むかし、やま の なか で すみ を やいて いる、まずしい わかもの が いました。
Part 2 : A Trapped Crane4. はずんだ こころ で やま を おりて いく と、かたわら の しげみ の なか で、 ごそごそ おと が しました。
Part 3 : An Exchange12. そこ へ、 りょうし が あらわれました。
And the story continues…
We’ll keep adding more so stay tuned!
How did it go?
Reading practice is very useful to burn hiragana alphabet to your brain. It undeniably hard at the first time, but gradually it will get better!! If this practice seems hard, try it again on the next day until it becomes easy for you to read it ｡ﾟ✶ฺ.ヽ(*´∀`*)ﾉ.✶ฺﾟ｡
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