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Why do English sources for learning Japanese leave out pitch?
I always thought that besides Kanji, one of the most difficult things about Japanese was its immense amount of homophones. For example, 花 (はな), which means flower, and 鼻 (also はな) which means nose. In ...
Feb 1 '13 at 5:13
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