Learn Hiragana fu ふ
ふ is pronounced like a soft “foo” in “fool”.
The F sound is less pronounced than the English one.
Note: there’s no hu sound in native Japanese, but the fu sound is halfway between the english who and foo.
ふ functions as a prefix similar to the english in- or un-. It’s kanji is 不. ふべん= inconvenient.
The katakana counterpart to ふ is フ.
Mnemonics to remember Hiragana fu ふ
How to write Hiragana fu ふ
The Hiragana ふ is made with 4 strokes. Start with the short line on top. Follow this with the curving shape in the middle.
Next, the left line. Then the right line.
Word samples using Hiragana fu ふ
More about Hiragana fu ふ
You can learn more about ふ pronunciation here.
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