We know that it’s hard to get a good practice for katakana so we try to make one for you. We hope you like it and help you to improve your reading skills!
If you have a hard time…
Check out our Katakana Guide, memorize Katakana easily using mnemonics or Additional sounds of Katakana (2nd Part of our Guide)
Most Katakana practices include just the word, but we believe that presenting a full sentence which have a lot of katakana words, in combination with particle and hiragana as in normal sentence will be a better way to practice reading. It will also help your brain to detect the pattern of Japanese sentence.
Things to note
• In Katakana,
So コヒー is KOHII (double I). • The one in bold is particle. So read the red
• Since most Katakana is Foreign and English words, we hide the translations or else it might be quite easy to figure the reading, hehe…
Let’s start the reading practice!
Ex: Japanese language: にほん
I want more, please!
We don't have much resources to work on the lessons, while there are still a lot of lessons we need to cover _:(´□`」 ∠):_ But if you would like to see more katakana practice, comment on this page below, and we might consider to add more materials to this article if there is a large amount of request 😀
I want to practice Hiragana
If you would like to practice Hiragana instead, check out our Hiragana reading practice