Example for ヲ in use?
In one of the later lessons, ヲ, the katakana version of を, is introduced.
I have never seen ヲ used - could someone give an example where this comes up? (So far, I have only come across single words written in katakana; this would need a sentence or at least a phrase, right?)
I lived in Japan for six years and perhaps saw "ヲ” three times. I would not invest much time in remembering it.
If memory serves:
It comes up sometimes in proper nouns....I recall a billboard with the Japanese form of the word "Odeon” ("オデヲン").
It may be used to represent the foreign sound "Wo", which does not exist in modern Japanese, but did exist in older forms of the language (and which is how をused to sound and is still pronounced in some dialects),
Back in the days of telexes, which relayed everything in Katakana, it was used for the "を" particle. You will sometimes see telexes in museums.