| Monox D. I-Fly|
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Message 1 of 107 January 2018 at 3:05pm | IP Logged
Hi, sorry for asking a silly question. In English we list sub-chapters in a book with the capital letters A, B, C, and so on. In any Arabic lesson books I knew, they are replaced with the letter "alif", "ba'", and "jim" (actually, the third letter is "ta'", but "jim" sounds closer to "ch"). So, what I am asking is, do the Japanese books use "a", "ba", "ta" (closer to c sound), or "a", "i", "u", or "a", "ka", "sa"?
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