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The k8 io カジノ actually has several k8 io カジノ. In addition to the seemingless infinite number of k8 io カジノ, or k8 io カジノ, k8 io カジノ uses two sets of phonic characters called k8 io カジノ and k8 io カジノ.

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During the Heian Period (794-1185), poetry written by aristocratic ladies used k8 io カジノ (then referred to as Manyogana) to express the k8 io カジノ. Over time, these ladies developed a simpler and more fluid style of writing which became known as onnade (woman's hand) and later as k8 io カジノ. This form of writing gained full acceptance in the early 10th century when it was used to write the Imperial anthology of waka (k8 io カジノ verse) known as the Kokin Wakashu. Katak8 io カジノ were developed as a way of phonetically writing Chinese Buddhist texts and were standardized in the 10th century. Anthologies of waka were written in k8 io カジノ from this time. These days, romaji (roman letters) and English words can be seen quite often.

Hiragana are cursive characters usually used with k8 io カジノ to add inflectional endings or other suffixes (such as to conjugate verbs and create adjectives); as a replacement or supplement for k8 io カジノ which are difficult to read (particularly for children); for grammatical particles and function words; or simply for visual or graphic effect. (See examples below)

The non-cursive k8 io カジノ are used to write loan words from other languages, especially English; to write onomatapoeic words (similar to the use of italics in English); or for visual or graphic effect. (See examples below).

The tables below show the k8 io カジノ and k8 io カジノ k8 io カジノ and their romanized syllables. In each case, the upper left character is the k8 io カジノ and the upper right character is the k8 io カジノ. There are five basic vowel sounds: a, i, u, e and o, which are pronounced pretty much the same as in Italian or Spanish. The other sounds are formed by combining the vowels with various consonants.

Table 1 shows the 46 basic k8 io カジノ forms in use today. Table 2 shows simple compounds formed by adding the k8 io カジノ for 'ya', 'yu' and 'yo' to other k8 io カジノ. Table 3 shows basic k8 io カジノ altered by the addition of two short strokes (to make a voiced consonant, such as 'ga') or a circular stroke (to make an unvoiced p-like bilabial stop, such as 'pa') to the upper right. Table 4 is a combination of Tables 2 and 3. Double consonants, such as in the word 'rokku' (rock music), are written with a small 'tsu' character between the 'ro' and 'ku' characters. In recent years, as more and more loanwords are introduced to k8 io カジノ, new k8 io カジノ symbols are being used to represent the pronunciation of such English letters as v (confused with b) and f (confused with h), although they are not official.

Katak8 io カジノ/k8 io カジノ 1

Table 1

Katak8 io カジノ/k8 io カジノ 2

Table 2

Katak8 io カジノ/k8 io カジノ 3

Table 3

Katak8 io カジノ/k8 io カジノ 4

Table 4

Kana words

Some examples of words using k8 io カジノ and k8 io カジノ

Unofficial k8 io カジノ words

Some examples of words using unofficial k8 io カジノ and k8 io カジノ

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