し vs すぃ (Shi vs Si)

In the previous lesson, we observed that languages differ in what kinds of combinations of sounds (i.e., syllables) they will allow. In Japanese, ‘shi’ し is a common combination of a consonant and a vowel; it is one of the syllables that you saw in the Hiragana chart. On the other hand, the syllable ‘si’ すぃ is not used in Japanese. Watch the videos to enhance your knowledge of Japanese ‘shi’ し vs. ‘si’ すぃ. After watching the videos, you can complete the Lesson Quiz on Shi vs. Si.


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