The keyboard downloaded from google play will add the small 「っ」 if u type the consonant you need it in front of twice. "ttsu" = 「っつ」
The Japanese keyboard from Google has a mod button 「小"°」that does that plus the 「がざだなばぱっづゃゅやゆ」
This is an ideal solution as it is consistent with Microsoft's IME Japanese keyboard, and probably is the "standard".
On the japanese keyboard I downloaded from the play store, there is no way to write the small つ, but when you type つ it gives you several words like a sort of prediction for what you're gonna write, and one of those is the little っ.
Can you tell me which one it is ive been looking for one to practice but im not sure wich one would be the most helpful
Thanks for that clarification. I think Duolingo doesn't do a good job distinguishing the LARGE vs small characters, I couldn't tell the difference at all. In reality I'm sure that when actually reading handwritten Japanese that wouldn't be the case. I like Duolingo but the fact they attempt to teach such a language with ZERO anecdotes or grammatical explanation is asinine. You MUST Supplement with other material or you WILL fail. Thanks for ppl like you. Bye.
I don't know if I'm the only one but when they ask me to select the correct translation for School the correct answer doesn't appear among the possibilities. HELP
Happened to me but I realised they split the characters up. You have to piece the word together
Does the double-consonant in Japanese almost work like a glottal stop? Instead of "gako," more like "gak'ko," where you don't fully pronounce the first "K," if that makes sense?
How ard you suppoed to know the difference between つ and っ without a side by side?
okay...one section of this lesson keeps telling me that 'school' is kippu, the other keeps telling me it's 'gikkou'..., but says 'kippu' Which of these is actually correct?