Japanese Particles: How to use/pronounce particles は, へ, を


Japanese Particles: How to use/pronounce は, へ, を in sentences.
When Hiragana は and へ used as particles, their sound are different from the ones used in words.
e.g. へ is “e” when used as a direction marker,
“えきへ いきます。” eki e ikimasu. ~ I’m going to the station.
へや: he ya : room

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