[EVA] Re: another japanese question
Zhou Tai An
kain at pacific.net.sg
Sat Nov 8 00:24:11 EST 1997
At 06:34 PM 11/7/97 +0000, you wrote:
> "V" is usually represented in Japanese by putting two "dots" on top
> of the katakana for "U", like when you want to write "GA", you put two
> "dots" on "KA". This way of representation only happens in katakana,
> because the "V" sound exists only in the foreign loan words.
> So the katakana breaks down as "E-V(A)-N-GE-RI-O-N"
Or more often "e-ba-n-ge-ri-o-n".
Zhou Tai An (kain at pacific.net.sg)
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