Learn Hiragana no の
の is pronounced like the word “no”.
The Hiragana の is made with 1 continuous stroke.
の is the possessive particle. Think of it like the possessive “ ‘s ” of English or the word “of”.
Watashi no enpitsu desu.
It’s my pencil.
The katakana counterpart to の is ノ. It’s like ナ with one less line.
Mnemonics to remember Hiragana no の
How to write Hiragana no の
Start with the straight vertical line. Intersect the side of this line with the start of the 2nd stroke a little above its middle.
Then cutback diagonally left and down. From there, retrace the stroke slightly prior to curving out wide to the right. End with a small full loop at the base.
Word samples using Hiragana no の
|のる||Noru||To get on|
More about Hiragana no の
Learn more about this particle here.
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