Learn Hiragana ko こ
こ is pronounced like co in “Coca-Cola”.
A short stopped こっ is onomatopoeia for footstep sounds.
The katakana counterpart to こ is コ. It’s like a straight version with an extra vertical line.
Mnemonics to remember Hiragana ko こ
How to write Hiragana ko こ
Start with the top horizontal line. Its hook end is optional. It can be curved or straight.
Then start the bottom line with a short vertical curve that goes into the horizontal line. Roughly the same length. It’s basically け flipped and sideways, only missing the 2nd stroke.
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