How to pronounce ‘t-k’ in Japan

How to pronounce ‘t-k’ in Japan

In Japan, the word “t-kun” means “to give” or “to send”.

But in English, the English word “to” means something completely different, as in “to help”, “to go”, or “a gift”.

The pronunciation of the word, t-kun, varies depending on where you are in Japan, but the most common pronunciation is “tah-koo”, meaning “to be”.

This sounds a bit strange, so we’ll try to explain it a bit.

When you’re in Japan and hear the word to, it sounds like the English “tay-kah” or, “to get”.

But when you hear to, the sound of the syllable t-kuh, the “k”, is pronounced the same as the English sound, like “to”.

That means “toh-koh”.

When you hear “to”, it sounds a little like the word tah-khoo, which means “a small gift”.

This is why it sounds odd when you’re trying to pronounce the word.

In English, to means something different, but when you say it, the syllables “k” and “h” sound the same, and “t” and the “i” sound like the “a” sound in “aah”.

So how do you pronounce “to”?

The most common way is to say the same word, like in this example:To give something to someone.

To go to someone’s house.

To send something to somebody.

In Japanese, the second syllable is pronounced like “ta” (to), and the third syllable like “tao” (sent).

When you hear the sound in English you can imagine it as “to-ah”.

This way, “taa” is pronounced as “too”.

When “to”-sound is pronounced differently, like with to-tay or to-ayah, you can still get a good sound in Japanese.

It sounds like “toe-ah” but when it comes to Japanese, that sounds a lot like “aha”.

It means “what?”.

To help someone.

You can also say “too-tah”, “toho-ah”, or even “thee-ah”!

When you see a phrase like “papa was out of town” you might think, “How could a person do that?”

But in Japanese, to-ta means “he was out” and ta means “going”.

To-ay means “where”, and to-ah means “which”.

So, the same sounds, but in different ways.

If you’re wondering what this means, check out the video below.

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