New Basic Katakana Chart
Image Ideas. Print it out, write notes on it, and then print it out again. The pronunciation of each katakana character is exactly the same as the equivalent hiragana character.
You can memorize the proper order for the basic kana characters with the saying just remember that vowels are in the first row and you end with the character n. This katakana chart covers most of the katakana used everyday, including both monographs (gojuon) and digraphs (yoon). This is a table of the basic katakana strokes.
The symbols on the right are the basic katakana syllabary in the order they appear in dictionaries and indices (reading from left to right and top to bottom).
Katakana カ, キ, ク, ケ, コ 6 katakana worksheet: Feel free to write your comments, reactions and suggestions on the box below. 1 fill in the katakana chart. Both hiragana and katakana are essential to basic japanese proficiency, but normally hiragana is learned first.