That's Katakana. Katakana is used for loanwords, slang etc. Hiragana is used only for real Japanese words. Kanji is in higher level than hiragana and it can be anything (I did read Kanji which provided loanwords furigana as the reading to the right of it in Japanese manga).
KuranteMelodii wrote:Cantonese, English, and some Japanese?But hiragana to english is just transliteration which is not hard at all?
I could read hiragana and pronounce it, (i can read some kanji since I am Chinese, and some "English") but the grammar and kanji pronunciation is too difficult (translating hiragana to english is hard...)
1. Malaysian (still, as it's my mother tongue)
2. Mandarin (still, because I speak and use it since kindergarten)
3. English (still, well I'm using English to write this)
4. Japanese (I think it's safe to include this now, I can speak it albeit not very fluent)
Next language that I want to learn:
- Cantonese (some of my friends doesn't really understand Mandarin because they are native in Cantonese and we end up speaking Malaysian, which they are not fluent in)
- Indonesian (neighbouring language, trust me most of Malaysians doesn't really understand Indonesian, we're depending on the Malaysian subtitles when watching Indonesian dramas)