Kanji is basically Chinese characters. But hiragana is more fun imo, since I already know Kanji from the Chinese I know.
Mimi fa solsol fa mi re dodo re mimi rere!
Does anyone remember the Ode to Joy? The composer, sadly went deaf.
Yes, there is almost never a distinction between singular and plural in Japanese.
The correct option was not shown when I ran this excercise. Error in the app.
I don't believe it is an error. DL introduces many Japanese words only in the drop down hint. If you have never seen the word given, take a look at the drop down. I shall also mention that when I had to spell it, I had to click on two hiragana symbols. Also had to spell out senaka for back as it was in two parts. Be on the lookout for that as well.