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Hiragana is the cursive form of the Japanese language in that it is very curvy and smooth in writing. The symbols here are represented just like that of the Katakana chart as that the farthest right five symbols are vowels alone and that the chart acts like a graph that the consonant and the vowel cross at a point and such sound is made. The lone "N" is a n sound and nothing more.

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