Join Date: Feb 2011
Location: Indianapolis, IN
There is no "v" in Japanese. It's "w" or "b" depending on the word. The ウィ、ウェ、ウァ is pronounced as "whu-ee, whu-eh, whu-ah". Not "vee, vei, va"
What you're typing: "wuikumin" wouldn't be "bikumin", the sound is completely different.
Those syllables aren't used because they don't use them in the language. Thus, they exist only in the kata alphabet specifically used for outside words/language. You won't see them in the actual Japanese language.
Just because I don't type with candy and rainbows doesn't mean I'm being mean.
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