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Why is katakana /va/ normally written ヴァ rather than ヷ?
Even though there is a katakana character ヷ, most of the time when I see something that is transcribed into Japanese as /va/, it is in the form ヴァ (say, for example, in the title of the anime series ...
Oct 18 '13 at 4:16
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