Learn Hiragana ha は
は is pronounced like “ha” in the word “hawk”.
The Hiragana は is made with 3 strokes.
は is the subject particular marker. (Note: it is pronounced “wa” instead of “ha” as this particle. わたしはwatashi wa. Eg. I am.)
は is the word for tooth, among other things. The kanji is 歯. The katakana counterpart to は is ハ.
Both the characters look somewhat like H.
Mnemonics to remember Hiragana ha は
How to write Hiragana ha は
Start with the left vertical line, slightly curved. Follow with the straight horizontal line.
Intersect this line with another vertical stroke that finishes with a full loop with a tail at it’s base.
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