Romaji writing system is simple "romanization of Japanese" using Roman alphabet to write the Japanese language. Romaji literally is a combo of two words "Roma" and "Ji". Roma means "Roman" and Ji means "letters".
For example: Let us say "I am eating" in Hiragana, Kanji and Romaji
English: I am eating
Romaji: Watashi ha tabeteimasu
If you note, Hiragana and Kanji sentence does not have space in between words. This is how to write in Japanese.
Soon will be adding couple of examples.
Meanwhile, check out this Hiragana chart.
This ordering of Kana is called Gojuon ordering.
Basically the grid is 5 x 10 = 50 and hence the name Goju.
Btw Goju means 50, which is formed by Go x Jyu.
Go means 5 and Jyu means 10.
The letters are ordered from left to right as that is how modern Japanese text and reading materials are written. Traditionally the chart will have letters ordered from top to bottom and right to left. So in case if you come across a chart like this top to bottom or right to left, do not get surprised.
As you can note again, remember to split up Japanese words to understand the formation and meaning. For example: by understanding the above you know jyu stands for 10. Let us say, you have learned NI is for Two. Now you can make 20 by combining Ni + Jyu = NiJyu.
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