Learn Hiragana chi ち
ち is pronounced like the “chee” in “cheese”.
The Hiragana ち is made with 2 strokes.
Note: the“ti” sound is not native to Japanese, so you’ll only ever encounter it in foreign words in Japanese. If it’s a foreign word, the “ti” sound can be written like so: ティ with a small katakana い modifying the te sound to ti.
ち can be used to represent the sound of a tongue click, which is often used to express disapproval or frustration.
Mnemonics to remember Hiragana chi ち
How to write Hiragana chi ち
Start with a short horizontal line. Follow with a left slanting vertical line intersecting the previous line and then cutting right and looping back around to the base on the left of the character.
Word samples using Hiragana chi ち
More about Hiragana chi ち
Don’t forget, you can learn all Hiragana in one day with Dr. Moku’s Mnemonics. Available for iOS and Android or you can also get the physical versions on Amazon.com, Amazon.co.uk and your local European Amazon